Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for Friday Jan 29, 2021

Here's what we are reading this morning:

Preeminent Financial Restructuring and Bankruptcy Professional Mark Shapiro Rejoins Shearman & Sterling | Shearman & Sterling

New claims for unemployment fell last week, the government reported on Thursday, but the elevated levels are fueling worries about prolonged damage inflicted on the labor market by the pandemic and the slow rollout of vaccines - The New York Times

10,000 stores set to close in 2021, Covid keeps pummeling retailers

How Will the GameStop Game Stop? - Bloomberg

WeWork in Talks to Combine With SPAC or Raise Money Privately - WSJ

Credit Trends: 'BBB' Pulse: Potential Fallen Angels Continue To Decrease Even As Risks Remain | S&P Global Ratings

Express Shares Retreat After Trading Resumes - WSJ

AMC benefits from stock madness, reduces leverage | IFR

Adam Tempkin (Bloomberg): "The Prizm Outlets mall, formerly the Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas, was auctioned off today at a final price of $1.525 million, a 95% decrease from its 2012 appraisal of $125 million. It’s also the first-ever mall in the CMBX 6 index to be sold." / Twitter

Vegas Mall That Lost 95% of Value Might Be Just the Beginning - Bloomberg

Co-Work Company Regus Boosts Bankruptcy Loan Amid Sluggish Vaccine Rollout

Five Municipal Market Trends to Watch in 2021 | DPC DATA

Exclusive: AMC Entertainment explores new capital raise amid stock surge - sources | Reuters

U.K. Offices and Malls Are Emptying at Fastest Pace in Years - Bloomberg

Aeromexico pilots' union says agrees to cuts of $350 mln over bankruptcy talks | Reuters

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