US: The Wave of Corporate Bankruptcy Accelerates



The US is experiencing an increase in corporate bankruptcies, with notable names such as Vice Media and Bed Bath & Beyond collapsing due to heavy debt and poor business management. 

The US is experiencing an increase in corporate bankruptcies, with notable names such as Vice Media and Bed Bath & Beyond collapsing due to heavy debt and poor business management. 

This trend may continue, with experts warning of a potential "bankruptcy tsunami" if the US defaults on its debt and an agreement on the public debt ceiling is not reached. 

US: The Wave of Corporate Bankruptcy Accelerates

From January to April 2023, 236 large businesses filed for bankruptcy protection, more than double the amount in the same period in 2022. In mid-May, up to seven large enterprises filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Law, the highest number since 2008. 

The Fed's campaign to raise interest rates is a major cause of businesses accelerating bankruptcy, with less financially stable companies struggling to get loans and facing higher interest rates. Companies in all sectors are grappling with higher interest costs, making it harder to sell bonds and raise new capital.

US: The Wave of Corporate Bankruptcy Accelerates

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