News Headlines for Jun 14, 2017

Subprime Auto Bonds From 2015 May End Up Worst Ever, Fitch Says

,Sears to Cut 400 Full-Time Jobs, Mostly at Corporate Office

,Sears Canada Plunges After Voicing Doubts About Its Future

,World Coal Production Just Had Its Biggest Drop on Record

,Upscale retailer Neiman Marcus shelves plans for a sale

,U.S. shale firms more exposed to falling oil prices as hedges expire

,J. Crew Seeks Debt Swap to Buy Time as Sales Dive Continues

,Investors Attempt to Force Taberna IV CDO Into Bankruptcy

,Longford Capital Hires Paul Hastings Lawyer to Source Bankruptcy Deals

,The Cheesecake Factory Lowers Sales Guidance

,Don’t Blame China for the Fall of American Steel

,Former Revel casino not opening this June, Straub says

,Condé Nast Closes Months After Its Debut

,Dana Gas Plans Profit Rate Cut on Sukuk in Restructuring Twist

,China Defaults Feared as Firms Confront Short Debt Addiction