As the fallout from one of the biggest bankruptcies of 2019 begins to settle, we see that credit and procurement professionals who evaluate risk in public companies as a habitual practice are proving to be the best at avoiding unnecessary exposure.
Chinese factory activity has contracted for six consecutive months as CreditRiskMonitor observes that there are more than 1,100 public companies showing signs of elevated financial risk across China and Taiwan.
Rite Aid Corporation's elevated risk of financial failure might be imperceptible if a credit and procurement managers put too much stock into whether or not the pharma retail mainstay continues to pay bills on time.
Dining-out traffic trends are showing persistent weakness. If you are working with a restaurant chain that has a weak capital structure, you should implement strategies to reduce risk or otherwise face the possibility of serious financial loss.
Nearly 30% of publicly traded companies worldwide are already trending in the FRISK® red zone, indicating heightened bankruptcy risk - and as recession whispers intensify, every day you delay taking action could cost you and your company dearly.