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Coal

Arch Coal Emerges from Bankruptcy, FBR Initiates at Outperform

St. Louis-based coal producer Arch Coal Inc. (NYSE: ARCH) filed for bankruptcy protection in January of this year, seeking relief from more than $5 billion in total debt. Wednesday morning ...
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Sears store

Would Sears Bankruptcy Cost Tens of Thousands of Jobs?

The numbers are brutal. Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD), parent of Sears and Kmart, has lost almost $4 billion over the past three years. In the most recent quarter, it lost ...
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Dry Bulk ship

Arch Coal Gets Reorganization Plan Approved to Exit Bankruptcy

Arch Coal, Inc. has announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Missouri has confirmed its amended plan of reorganization. The coal mining giant now expects ...
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Roulette wheel

Caesars Shares Bust on Bankruptcy Ruling

Caesars Entertainment Corp. (NASDAQ: CZR) kicked off the week by watching its shares take a dive following an unfavorable ruling in bankruptcy court. A Chicago judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy ...
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bankruptcy

Top 10 States for Bankruptcy

Nick Denton recently filed for bankruptcy as a suit against Gawker, the famous publication company he owned, was swamped by a lawsuit won by Hulk Hogan. The bankruptcy levels vary ...
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Oil pumps

High-Yield Bond Defaults Top $50 Billion to Date in 2016

The default rate on U.S. high-yield bonds rose to 4.9% in the first half of 2016, with a total value of $50.2 billion. In all of 2015, the total value ...
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oil tanker

Has $800 Billion in Oil Simply Disappeared?

By one count, some 3 billion barrels of crude oil valued at about $840 billion have gone missing since the end of 2014. Adding in oil-equivalent barrels of natural gas, ...
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Oil platform on sea

Hercules Offshore Files Prepackaged Bankruptcy

Less than two weeks ago, Hercules Offshore Inc. (NASDAQ: HERO) announced that it had reached a restructuring support agreement with lenders holding about 99% of the company's first-lien debt. Monday ...
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Losing sports fan

Under Armour Is Not Sports Authority’s Only Victim

The bankruptcy and liquidation of Sports Authority has probably had more impact on the sporting goods market that anything the company has done recently. In an earnings warning issued Tuesday, ...
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burning cash

StemCells Reminds Investors of the Lessons of Outright Implosion

StemCells Inc. (NASDAQ: STEM) just reminded investors and speculators alike just how dangerous it can be to invest in biotech and biohealth companies. The company issued a press release signaling ...
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Offshore Drilling Rig

Hercules Offshore Restructures Debt Again

Offshore services provider Hercules Offshore Inc. (NASDAQ: HERO) announced Friday morning that the company has reached a restructuring support agreement with lenders holding about 99% of the company's first-lien debt. ...
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Money

Household Debt Trends Improve in Q1 2016, With Bankruptcies Way Down

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has released its report measuring household debt and credit developments in the first quarter of 2016. Though it is a regional Fed bank issuing ...
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Pump Jacks Against at Dusk

2 More Energy Bankruptcy Filings: Breitburn and SandRidge

As of May 1, some 27 oil and gas exploration and production companies had filed for bankruptcy protection. Since then four more have sought protection, with two filings announced Monday morning. ...
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SunEdison Finally Files for Bankruptcy

Solar PV maker SunEdison Inc. (NYSE: SUNE) announced Thursday morning that it had voluntarily filed petitions for a Chapter 11 reorganization with the bankruptcy court for the southern district of ...
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Solar rooftop

SunEdison Seeks Financing for Likely Bankruptcy Filing

In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Friday morning, SunEdison Inc. (NYSE: SUNE) said it has entered into confidentiality agreements with certain of its first- and ...
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