It can be said that the world’s economy moves to the beat of commodities.  The production of cement, concrete, coffee, minerals, gold, and silver are just some of the most important commodities whose variation in prices can either boost an economy or bring it into recession.  However, perhaps no commodity is more important than oil. […]

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There are several theories about what could happen to oil production and demand in the near future, as well as the possible economic and social impacts in the world. Since the oil crisis of the 1970s, this issue has produced a lot of concern from many points of view. Today, I will make a brief […]

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When a company faces financial distress or bankruptcy one of the most commonly asked questions that pops up is “Did we see it coming? Could we have done something to prevent it?”. In reality, many times companies can actually read the signs and know if they are taking a highway to financial distress. Distress signs […]

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Suzzanne Uhland has addressed the intricacies of the daunting, sometimes devastating, process of filing for bankruptcy. And although there have been plenty of cases from which managers, CEOs, and entrepreneurs can learn in order to avoid falling victim of unawareness, it is important to address the topic of bankruptcy from different points of view. The […]

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In multiple articles, we have talked about the most used and important ways for restructuring debts. We have also seen different cases of multiple organizations from various industrial sectors applying some credit agreement to avoid bankruptcy. In addition, we can say that all these shown methods have given to us a very significant context to […]

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