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Morningstar Credit Ratings, LLC finds that the overall distressed inventory has decreased by 21% from a year ago, while the number of liquidations declined a significant 37%. At the current pace of liquidation, it will take 41 months to clear the distressed pipeline, up from 38 months a year ago.
Joining the broadcast from Morningstar Credit Ratings today to discuss the distressed inventory index is Fan Huang, SVP-RMBS, Becky Cao, Managing Director-RMBS and Brian Grow, Managing Director - RMBS
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Steeltown Pro Wrestling has announced it's 2nd live event for the month of June. We will discuss the direction this new version of SPW is taking what lies ahead. We look at the latest Primos TV wrestling episode featuring Harry Smith and Colt Cabana and why CWE TV has it's air time cut in half.
Gus Searcy talks with Pitchforks about the strategic media-requisitioning by Travis Alexander’s self-proclaimed social clique, and how one particular trash-media talking head has used distortion and vulgar outbursts in order to misrepresent and discredit him.
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The Sports Omnivore is truly wide-ranging this week, as it looks both globally and locally for compelling topics of discussion. Polarizing broadcaster Gus Johnson has been assigned to be the voice of soccer's World Cup in 2018 for Fox; what does host Matt Gajtka think about the appointment? Also, the golf world turns its focus to match play this week, but why doesn't the sport use this compelling format more often? With Three Rivers, One Show on hiatus this week, Matt inspects curious inflammatory comments directed at independent bloggers by Pirates reliever Jason Grilli. What motivated such an outburst from a very Internet-savvy athlete? Finally, Penguins regional ratings are America's highest in both hockey and basketball; how can the team and ROOT Sports keep the momentum going?
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MSNBCCCP poo-bah Peter, um, *Phil* Griffin wants Fox News investigated for exposing how badly his Obamunist insane asylum sucks; Newt Gingrich's predecessor passes away at age 84; the "Veterans' Revolt of 2013," followed by even bigger Barry-cades; and another intra-constitutionalist scrum starring JASmius as Artemis Gordon and Douglas V. Gibbs as Jim West. Don't worry, though, neither of them got Selma Hayek, although they might have if one of them had flip-flopped on Amnesty.