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Sears Holding Aktie WKN: A0D9H0


WKN: A0D9H0 | Symbol: SHLDQ
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kommt hier die pleite oder die trendwende?
hatte mich gewundert dass es zu diesem papier keinen aktuellen thread gibt
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.074.195 von thereitis am 27.10.18 19:01:44ich beobachte die aktie schon länger, tue mich aber sehr schwer. fakt ist, es sieht übel aus.
und mir fehlt die hoffnung nach erholung. im moment läuft c11, aber man hört nicht viel drüber.
das bruce berkowitz 68% seiner aktien abgestossen hat, sagt wohl alles. vllt wäre die anleihe eine option, aber im moment ist mir das ding zu heiß. dead cat bounce war auch schon. aber ich werde sie im auge behalten.
https://www.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/sears-chairman-lenders-seek-bankruptcy-loan-breakthrough-sources-1673333
The head of Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD) may no longer be part of the company’s post-bankruptcy restructuring. According to The Wall Street Journal:

Sears Holdings Corp. is wrapping up an expanded bankruptcy financing package that will keep it afloat past the holiday season as it looks to sell its most profitable stores and other assets.

At the time of the retailer’s Oct. 15 bankruptcy filing, a group of banks consisting of Bank of America N.A., Wells Fargo & Co., and Citibank N.A. agreed to contribute $300 million in financing. Chairman and former Chief Executive Edward Lampert, through his hedge fund ESL Investments, was in negotiations with other lenders to provide an additional $300 million junior loan.

Now, the structure has changed. Mr. Lampert’s ESL is no longer expected to take part in the financing, according to people familiar with the situation.

Time magazine has a new CEO. According to The Wall Street Journal:

Four days after Salesforce.com Inc. co-founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne Benioff closed on their purchase of Time magazine from Meredith Corp., the new owners named Edward Felsenthal chief executive of the publication and said he would continue as editor in chief.

Mr. Felsenthal, 52 years old, will oversee all of Time’s editorial and business efforts, including advertising. The magazine industry has been buffeted by declining print advertising revenue and newsstand sales and is trying to make up for those declines by boosting revenue from digital advertising, paid events and video.

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