Experts are warning that the end could be nigh for ‘zombie' companies, which are kept alive by lenient creditors but are too weak to invest or expand.
As the recovery gathers pace, creditors are getting tough with businesses that owe money because their assets are more valuable, according to the Mail on Sunday. Zombie companies are defined as those...
Written off credit card debt
Pandemic second wave remains biggest tail risk
Investor behaviour will change
Eyes further rate cuts
Global markets have seen heightened volatility during the coronavirus crisis and, here, Brendan McCurdy assesses the performance of more traditional 'safe haven' asset classes...
Learnings from Covid-19
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