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The Procter & Gamble Company
The Home Depot, Inc.
Verizon Communications Inc.
Costco Wholesale Corporation
Lowe's Companies, Inc.
General Motors Company
General Mills, Inc.
Ford Motor Company
Newell Brands Inc.
Tempur Sealy International, Inc.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.
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General Motors’ top-quality credit rating in May 2005, sending $41.5bn of debt crashing into junk territory and creating the largest ever “fallen angel”, it triggered the biggest sell-off in corporate bond markets since the dotcom bust. Along with the simultaneous downgrade of Ford, which remains the second-largest fallen angel after its $40.8bn of debt was docked, the bedrock of corporate America shook. “It is not just they that have a problem,” Gary Jenkins, a credit strategist at Deutsche Bank, said at the time.
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The epidemic, which originated in China's Hubei province and has claimed more than 2,000 lives, has raised concerns on its economic fallout stretching further into 2020, as companies have been forced to shut stores and curtail manufacturing in the critical market. The company's supply side has come under pressure, as it relies on 387 suppliers in China that ship more than 9,000 different materials, impacting about 17,600 different finished product items. "Each of these suppliers faces their own challenges in resuming operations," Chief Financial Officer Jon Moeller said in a presentation at the Consumer Analyst Group of New York Conference.
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Home Depot's (HD) fourth-quarter fiscal 2019 results are likely to reflect gains from ongoing strategies and solid execution. However, lumber price deflation and higher investment pose threat.
General Motors Co. will receive a tax break to build a new electric battery cell factory in Ohio next to the site of a much larger assembly plant it shut down last year. Village leaders in Lordstown approved a 75% tax abatement that will extend over 15 years and allow the company to move forward with the plant. “What we had to get done and needed to get done for General Motors, we did," Mayor Arno Hill said after the vote Tuesday.
Lowe's (LOW) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
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Six weeks after using the company's own dismal quarterly results as motivation for change, new CEO Mark Tritton said late Tuesday that Bed Bath & Beyond would spend $1 billion this year reinvesting in stores, upgrading technology, and on debt reduction and share buybacks. “The financial strength of our business allows us to take the important steps needed to return capital to our shareholders and reduce our debt, while at the same time also investing in our customer,” said Tritton, who was brought aboard in November to redirect the company's operations. “Our performance in the third quarter was unsatisfactory and underscores the imperative for change and strengthens our sense of priorities and purpose,” Tritton said at the time.