Proactive defensive measures taken and frequent credit monitoring are essential in an age where too many trade creditors are left with pennies on the dollar for their investments.
San Antonio-based Pioneer Energy Services Corporation's swelling debt and decline in working capital present heightened bankruptcy risk.
D&B’s "Bankruptcy: Why the Surprise?" whitepaper shows that their popular PAYDEX® score misleads trade creditors on public company bankruptcy risk.
For J. C. Penney Company, Inc., CreditRiskMonitor's proprietary subscriber crowdsourcing is indicating negative sentiment and matches the high-risk assessment of the retail giant provided by the FRISK® score.
In a highly interconnected world, large financially distressed companies like Spain's Obrascon Huarte Lain can pose far-reaching risks.
The offshore oil and gas market remains widely depressed. Troubled outfit Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. has fallen to a FRISK® score of “1,” which indicates severe financial distress.
Brexit uncertainty has broadly reduced business confidence in the U.K. and future operating performance may be affected, regardless of which way the final Brexit decision goes.
More than a decade after the Great Recession, the reality remains that as patterns of credit cycles are historically predictable, you can't ever let your guard down as a financial risk assessor.
Global debt is higher than it's ever been, driven by historically low interest rates. Make sure you have a way to monitor financial risk in public companies - if you aren't proactive, you may be facing trouble.
A dark and dirty descent into bankruptcy was the story of Cloud Peak Energy Inc., as America's coal industry continues to hover in a volatile space.
CreditRiskMonitor reported that for the three months ended Mar. 31, 2019, revenues increased by 4% to $3.50 million, compared to $3.37 million in last year’s first quarter.