Generally speaking. People going under (BK) don't get bridge loans just before they declare BK. HXM just received a substantial bridge loan on Nov 2. It appears they are making some progress with their refi plan.
They already restructured down to bare-bones or they wouldn't be getting the financing.
Feels like a buy-out offer gone bad, a JV that evaporate or some other major development... again, something didn't pan out. Maybe someone expected an announcement along with the earnings. Just didn't happen.. bottom line.
GEO laid down the gauntlet... saying something ridiculous like if even 1% of what they wrote was correct, then LLEN should be delisted... Seems to me, you need to take GEO up on the challenge. Turn-around is fair play. That takes time to make that argument.
They are in the process of restructuring. They want to refinance their debt. The bondholders want their debt refinanced. Up to this point the Mexican banks were resisting a refinancing of the debt.
Uncle.bigs just can't read. HXM said they are in the process of restructuring their business and debt. Third quarter report is due out NLT 14 Nov.
If it was going to zero, it should've done it by now. My guess is there is a refi in the works that hasn't been fully agreed to by all the parties. The stock is anticipating dilution for sure... lay out your case for zero.
YUM! brands does business inside China. Are those profits coated in ceramic?
Obviously not. The Federal Reserve runs a scam inside the U.S. by constantly devaluing and debasing its currency by printing money not backed up by goods and services produced. Now that is a real scam.
China is a huge holder of US debt securities. A default would 'f' them up a bit more than others. Suggest that is a bigger influence on price than Yahoo.
Dividends are frequently tied to payout ration based on earnings. So maybe they pay out between 25-35% in dividends. You need rising earnings to generate rising dividends. When dividend rise enough that the payout ratio drops below say 20% in the illustration I'm using then the dividend gets a bump.