wrong there is no money left after subtracting liabilities from assets. The retained earnings were reported at about 750M last quarter..since then they have lost 400M on Canada and have had large new financing costs plus another 400M operating loss.They are bankrupt now.
There will be no dilution SG wants to be a creditor in BK too.
the numbers are meaningless .They are unaudited from a country where accounting is laughable. One day they just run out of money. I the mean time you think things are good. How it works.
the huge loss on Sears Canada plus new debt expenses leads to 1 billion dollar loss this quarter
The key to these guys is buying planes at the right price. It is the source of its profit. You got to trust they know when to pull the trigger or best to move on. More upside coming
the exercise price is substantially below the current stock price.Convertables become part of the total shares outstanding' Dilluted", meaning if they are exercised the total stock count rises
must have been close call
vault must be empty in the accounting Dept