With inflation running hot, the U.S. Federal Reserve has embarked on a rate hike agenda. Financially weak companies with material near-term maturities are struggling and, in some cases, bankruptcy could be imminent.
The Russia/Ukraine conflict has pushed oil prices above $100 USD per barrel, further impacting the profitability, or lack thereof, of the airline industry. We identify airlines most at risk of bankruptcy.
Companies have been ramping up efforts in nearshoring their purchased goods from Mexico and Canada while keeping other regions steady. This trend indicates supply chains are focused on dual sourcing and seeking alternative suppliers.
CreditRiskMonitor® recently published a High Risk Report on troubled Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. This detailed report will provide five quick and important facts that you need to know about this OEM auto industry supplier.
The COVID-19 pandemic swiftly delivered hundreds of bankruptcy filings in 2020. Here in 2022, geopolitical tensions, supply chain challenges, and tightening credit conditions could lead to a similar devastating outcome.
CreditRiskMonitor® offers up five quick and important facts that you need to know about Fantasia Holdings Group to make a more solid business evaluation – or, more advisable, even an alteration of credit extension or a pivot to a peer.
Avoid the crash: not having a daily risk download like what we provide subscribers with our proprietary FRISK® score, when world events like armed conflict are changing industry every day, is like flying a plane without instruments through a hurricane.
Tick tock. WeWork Inc. carries over $21 billion in debt and reported $5 billion in net losses in the past year. This real-estate giant with more than 700 property locations worldwide is increasingly distressed.
With more than two decades' worth of usage data on the research patterns of credit and procurement professionals in hand, CreditRiskMonitor® has discovered that the aggregate sentiment signals displayed by this group are highly predictive of company bankruptcy.