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.
Monitronics International, Inc. met Chapter 11 in 2019 but CreditRiskMonitor subscribers had the opportunity to survey danger in this electronic security industry leader far ahead of their bankruptcy filing.
Leveraging AI for accurate private company bankruptcy risk assessment, we were successful in predicting 70% of bankruptcies thus far in 2019 with the PAYCE® score.
CreditRiskMonitor currently estimates that financial losses stemming from U.S. public company bankruptcies alone will be in excess of $1.1 trillion, a greater figure than what was lost during the Great Recession.
The global economy appears to have deteriorated in a significant way during 2019 given the trends in negative yielding debt.
For Apple, providing capital support to its supply chain is an option, but for most companies bailing out critical suppliers is not financially feasible, let alone an option on the table. Is your supply chain secure?
NantHealth, Inc. is experiencing some major distress. In this report, we diagnose their dangerous dealings in debt and what you can do as a creditor or a supplier to avoid risk.
San Antonio-based Pioneer Energy Services Corporation's swelling debt and decline in working capital present heightened bankruptcy risk.