Corporate Debt

  1. The Challenging Role Of The Corporate Treasurer

    Corporate treasury management has evolved from an offshoot of accounting to a more ...
  2. How To Calculate A Z-Score

    Investors need to know how to detect signs of looming bankruptcy. The Z-score can ...
  3.  Here we take a look at how you can evaluate whether the debt will affect your investment.

    Will Corporate Debt Drag Your Stock Down?

    Borrowed funds can mean a leg up for companies or the boot for investors. Find out ...
  4. Spotting Companies In Financial Distress

    What are the warning signs that a company is struggling - or worse, sinking - financially? ...
  5. From Booms To Bailouts: The Banking Crisis Of ...

    The economic environment of the late 1970s and early 1980s created the perfect storm ...
  6. Capital can be raised by issuing either stocks or bonds which make up a firm's capital structure.

    The Optimal Use Of Financial Leverage In A Corporate ...

    The amount of debt and equity that makes up a company's capital structure has many ...
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    Learn the differences between credit bureaus that report on individuals' creditworthiness and credit rating agencies that ...
  2. Does a good credit rating guarantee repayment?

    Learn how credit ratings help investors determine the creditworthiness of an issuer and the risk associated with making an ...
  3. What happens to a company's stocks and bonds when it declares chapter 11 bankruptcy ...

    Filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection simply means that a company is on the verge of bankruptcy, but believes that ...
  4. What happens if I own a stock that is purchased by another company after filing for ...

    In declaring bankruptcy, a company is basically telling the market that it owes more money than it is worth. If the company ...
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