Companies Spending Less Time in Bankruptcy: Fitch
However, they are also accomplishing less, with many U.S. filers doing little more than deleveraging the balance sheet to reduce debt to a manageable level.
Fitch Lowers General Electric Credit Ratings
The rating agency says GE's return to higher margins and stronger free cash flow is going more slowly than it previously anticipated.
True Religion Files For Bankruptcy
The Vernon, Calif.-based company said it would keep its doors open while expanding its digital presence.
Staples to Go Private for Nearly $7B
The office supply chain company is seeking to pivot after its failed bid for Office Depot.
Cardinal Health Buys Medtronic Units for $6B
The deal will expand Cardinal's medical products business but its shares dropped 11.5% on updated guidance for fiscal 2017.
Auto Sales Slowdown Driving Risk for Lenders
Moody's says credit risk is rising at a time when the average dollar amount of negative equity at trade-in is at record levels.
Trump Victory Could Threaten U.S. Debt Rating
Fitch Ratings warns that Trump's proposed tax cuts alone would not generate enough economic growth to offset the loss in revenue.
CRE Market Set to Soften: Fitch
Once again, U.S. banks are over-exposed to commercial real estate at a time when the market is expected to turn.
Fitch Keeping ‘Negative’ Eye on Deutsche Bank
The credit rating agency says the bank's debt may need to be downgraded as it struggles with a sluggish business environment.
Square-Off: Are Financial Institutions Overregulated?
The answer isn't simple. Five banking experts share their views.
New Money Fund Regs May Require Enhanced Disclosures
From current financial reports, it's impossible to tell whether companies are parking cash in prime or government money market funds.