Struggling Neiman Marcus Group has been bleeding cash and has the worst possible FRISK® score of "1," could it be the next retail bankruptcy?
Department stores have been underperforming, with retailer J. C. Penney among the hardest hit by internet competition. This High Risk Report addresses the retailer's FRISK® score of "1", which signals an elevated degree of corporate financial distress.
CreditRiskMonitor’s proprietary FRISK® score has Texas-based energy company Comstock Resources, Inc. (NYSE: CRK) at a "1," the highest probability of bankruptcy in the next 12 months.
Brick-and-mortar retailer J.Crew presents a major risk to credit and supply managers, with a bottom FRISK® score of "1."
Retailer 99 Cents Only Stores might be too cheap to compete. Even though discount variety stores have performed quite well over the last few years due to secular economic trends, marginal operators like 99 Cents Only are struggling.
NII Holdings emerged from bankruptcy in 2015, but it looks like this telecommunications operator hasn't made much of a recovery. NII Holdings' FRISK® score declined over the last twelve months which means that its financial health is severely deteriorating.
Our FRISK® Stress Index indicates that radio broadcasting stations widely remains a high risk industry. U.S.-based Cumulus Media Inc. (Nasdaq: CMLS), which currently holds a worst possible FRISK® score of “1,” is one of the most challenged names.
The McClatchy Company, a broad-based domestic news and information provider, has battled a disrupted industry over the last few years. CreditRiskMonitor's predictive FRISK® score of 1, the worst risk rating, indicates that the company faces an elevated probability of financial distress.
The Gymboree Corporation (Nasdaq: GYMB) has a FRISK® score of 1, the worst score on our 1 to 10 bankruptcy risk rating scale. Companies who do business with this children's apparel retailer are exposed to substantial financial risk today.
Ignite Restaurant Group (OTC: IRGT) is the owner of Joe's Crab Shack and Brick House Tavern + Tap. The company’s operating results have been weak over the past year, with the company in the bottom 25% of its restaurant peers on key operating margin, EBITDA margin, and profit margin metrics.
Unilife Corporation (Nasdaq: UNIS) is one of the highest risk companies in the Surgical and Medical Instruments sector. This sector has seen broad-based financial risk increasing for more than a year, facts that are illustrated in our High Risk Report.