|Bid||8.57 x 400|
|Ask||12.88 x 100|
|Day's range||8.79 - 9.11|
|52-week range||6.04 - 11.65|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||6 Nov 2017 - 10 Nov 2017|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y target est||12.69|
On a per-share basis, the Purchase, New York-based company said it had a loss of $2.17. Losses, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to 92 cents per share. The insurance and reinsurance company posted ...
MBIA Inc. will host a webcast and conference call for investors on Wednesday, November 8 at 8:00 a.m. to discuss its third quarter 2017 financial results and other issues related to the Company.
National Public Finance Guarantee Corporation , an indirect subsidiary of MBIA Inc. , today announced that National and other creditors have voluntarily dismissed without prejudice the adversary complaint filed on August 7, 2017 which sought to compel the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority to deposit revenues with the bond Trustee as required by the terms of the PREPA Trust Agreement, PROMESA and ...
President Donald Trump's apparent unwillingness to back rebuilding of hurricane-ravaged and already bankrupt Puerto Rico sparked yet another selloff in the bonds Thursday. Trump tweeted that Puerto Rico's financial crisis was "largely of their own making," and added, "We cannot keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders, who have been amazing (under the most difficult circumstances) in P.R. forever!" The closely watched 8% coupon general obligation bonds maturing in 2035 fell to 35 cents on the dollar, a new low. The New York Times notes in its story: The threat may mean less than it appears — federal government officials quickly said that they were not pulling out of Puerto Rico anytime soon.
National Public Finance Guarantee Corporation , an indirect subsidiary of MBIA Inc. , today announced that, together with the other plaintiffs in the case, it has voluntarily dismissed without prejudice the adversary complaint filed on May 3, 2017 which challenged the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’s fiscal plan dated March 13, 2017.
It's unlikely the "King of Debt" can erase Puerto Rico's debt, but President Trump's interest in the island may make life harder for bondholders.
Shares in the insurers of Puerto Rico's bonds fell sharply Wednesday morning after President Donald Trump suggested the struggling commonwealth's bondholders would have to be wiped out.
Puerto Rican bonds take a huge hit following President Trump's comments on the island's massive debt.
Puerto Rico's bonds have been falling fast ever since the scope of damage to the island following Hurricane Maria became clear. Specifically, Trump told Fox News' Geraldo Rivera Tuesday, "They owe a lot of money to your friends on Wall Street. Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) bonds were also at an all-time low.
HAMILTON, Bermuda--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Assured Guaranty Ltd. (together with its subsidiaries, Assured Guaranty), the leading financial guaranty insurance company, announced that its subsidiary Assured Guaranty ...