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February 20, 2015, Vol. 33, No. 04

In the petrified forest of debt

RadioShack, whose founding dates from the administration of Warren G. Harding, filed for bankruptcy protection on Feb. 5. The question before the house: What took it so long?

Mistaken identity

Either the great lake of redundant crude oil points to long-term oversupply in fossil fuels, or it doesn't. The price of oil hangs in the balance. Not so--by rights, we herein contend--the price of the shares of a certain value-laden chemicals company.

File under 'opportunity'

Like any other branch of distressed investing nowadays, the secondary market in illiquid partnership interests is short the essential element of distress. But that doesn't mean there's nothing to plan for.

Leaving something to chance

Two thirds of investors just surveyed by Citigroup said "action from central banks in Europe and the U.S. would be the principal force driving credit market spreads" in 2015. The principal force? More than even the myriad events that the central banks don't control and can't anticipate?

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