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distressed

1. in financial straits; poor
2. Economics another word for depressed
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Global credit manager GoldenTree Asset Management has announced the closing of a USD 1.7 billion in commitments for GoldenTree Distressed Fund III, the company said.
(2008) find that financially distressed firms have high market betas and high loadings on SMB (small minus big) and HML (high minus low) factors.
An exception however may arise in the case of a bankrupt firm's competitor since the peer firm may benefit due to increased market share from the potential removal of the distressed firm.
Furthermore, Z-score provides a score on the basis of this score firms are ranked based on their financial health instead of the precise result on distressed or non-distressed.
HealthDay News | NYT Syndicate SERIOUSLY distressed cancer patients appear to miss more appointments and have more hospital admissions during treatment, a new study finds.
Construction industry was particularly badly hit with companies in the sector accounting for more than a quarter of all the "critically" distressed businesses in Yorkshire.
In addition to a total score, the DTS includes four subscales related to (1) perceived ability to tolerate emotional distress (Tolerance (3 items); e.g., "Feeling distressed or upset is unbearable to me"), (2) subjective appraisal of distress (Appraisal (6 items); e.g., "My feelings of distress of being upset are not acceptable"), (3) attention absorbed by negative emotions (Absorption (3 items); e.g., When I feel distressed or upset, all I can think about is how bad I feel"), and (4) regulation efforts to alleviate distress (Regulation (3 items); e.g., "I'll do anything to stop feeling distressed or upset").
This was graded according to severity and the length of time it lasted at each of the assessments: never distressed; occasional (of any severity); persistent mild distress on three or more occasions; and persistent moderate distress on three or more occasions.
Whereas, the patients scored higher on distress and resilience after post-surgery which indicates that they felt less distressed and better resilience after surgery.
The bureau also said the replacement, a policy allowing distressed sales to "eligible entities" had been suspended after an appeals court vacated the definition.
Excluding distressed sales, prices rose by 6.4 percent in June compared with a year earlier.
Including distressed sales, sales were up by 1.2 percent compared to November 2013.