The companies could technically withdraw from the deal without penalty, but say they remain in "constructive dialogue."
Turkey's economy is being hurt by a 40% drop in its currency, the lira, and skyrocketing inflation.
The $2.6 billion deal, which diversifies Starwood away from commercial mortgages, includes 51 senior loans secured by energy infrastructure assets.
However, they are also accomplishing less, with many U.S. filers doing little more than deleveraging the balance sheet to reduce debt to a manageable…
The bank also says it is facing multiple inquiries over its use of federal low-income housing tax credits.
The carmakers' earnings forecast is dented by the Trump administration's steel and aluminum tariffs as well as unfavorable foreign exchange rates.
The cash conversion cycle improved once again in 2017, largely because many companies took as long as possible to pay suppliers.
Necessity is the mother of invention, and Wall Street now has access to tools that quantify a company’s security posture.
S&P says there is a material risk Eastman Kodak will be unable to refinance a $395 million outstanding term loan.
The new index futures are "expected to provide liquid hedging vehicles for institutional investors with exposure to U.S. corporate debt."