Public company financial risk is higher than it has ever been, and the weakest links in your supply chain may lead to costly, time-consuming problems.
Frontier Communications’ deteriorating business fundamentals have been ongoing for years now, and CreditRiskMonitor’s subscriber crowdsourcing has provided an important high-risk signal in the last few quarters.
They paid their bills on time right up until the day they filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. If you're in oil & gas, spotting risk within Sanchez Energy Corporation would have required deeper drilling.
In a discussion with CreditRiskMonitor CEO Jerry Flum, Karen Webster of PYMNTS.com talks about the volatile bond market and the unprecedented Global Debt Problem that continually grows in 2019.
American healthcare services leader Owens & Minor, Inc. is trending towards a higher probability of bankruptcy. We advise continuous, thorough checkups of your portfolio when assessing public company financial risk.
CreditRiskMonitor has looked at the data and we believe American dairy giant Dean Foods Company may be nearing its expiration date.
If you work in the volatile oil and gas industry, not a single day should go by where you do not have a read on corporate credit risk. It could save your company millions in the long run.
Risk professionals who did not heed CreditRiskMonitor and strikingly low daily FRISK® scores for Weatherford International plc failed to see it's true bankruptcy potential.
Stage Stores Inc. is nearly 10 times more likely to face bankruptcy by this time next summer than the typical public company.
CreditRiskMonitor’s assessment of the U.S./Canadian E&P industry reveals that about two-thirds of operators are financially distressed and have higher-than-average risk of bankruptcy.
Houston-based Halcón Resources Corporation is the latest North American energy company to meet bankruptcy in 2019. Their weak liquidity, lack of working capital and excessive corporate overhead all ultimately proved too much to keep Chapter 11 at bay.
CreditRiskMonitor reported that revenues were $3.57 million and $7.06 million for the 3 and 6 months ended June 30, 2019, respectively, an increase of 2.6% and 3.1% over the comparable periods last year.