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#AceNewsDesk – Total bankruptcy filings for 2020 hit their lowest level since 1986 as a flood of government support programs offset at least temporarily the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic and a related recession, Epiq AACER reported on Friday.


Bankruptcy filings in 2020 lowest since 1986 – Epiq AACER: The firm’s compilation of bankruptcy cases showed the Chapter 11 filings used by large corporations jumped 29% in 2020 to 7,128, compared to 5,158 in 2019. But overall filings for the year were 529,068, compared to nearly 800,000 for 2019.

2021-01-05 17:35:59
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[…] #AceNewsDesk – Total bankruptcy filings for 2020 hit their lowest level since 1986 as a flood of g… Bankruptcy filings in 2020 lowest since 1986 – Epiq AACER: The firm’s compilation of bankruptcy cases showed the Chapter 11 filings used by large corporations jumped 29% in 2020 to 7,128, compared to 5,158 in 2019. But overall filings for the year were 529,068, compared to nearly 800,000 for 2019. 2021-01-05 17:35:59[Full Text] […]

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