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Members of the Greater Hartford Puerto Rican community voice their concerns about the island's debt crisis to U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal.
Puerto Rico's federal overseers took a first step Friday toward considering the use of bankruptcy-like proceedings to allow the island to escape...
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's governor has announced a historic restructuring of a portion of the US territory's $70B debt...
Their financial statements reveal substantial real estate properties and collections
Committee understands that bondholders of this public corporation do not have a secured debt
Law360, New York (June 15, 2017, 3:12 PM EDT) -- The U.S. bankruptcy watchdog on Thursday appointed two committees to represent retirees and ...
It's a standard observation about debts that cannot be repaid that they will not be repaid. Puerto Rico cannot repay the debts that it has...
Santiago Domenech, a general contractor with $2 million of his savings tied up in bonds Puerto Rico just defaulted on, once had 450 employees.
(Adds detail from letter, background on Puerto Rico crisis) By Nick BrownNEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - Puerto Rico has scheduled mediation for ...
With the automatic freeze on litigations provided by PROMESA ending, various bondholder groups will seek to protect their interests by filing suits...
On June 11, the citizens of Puerto Rico passed a non-binding referendum calling for Puerto Rico to be the 51st state of the United States. The vote...
NEW YORK Puerto Rico's benchmark general obligation debt price fell to a record low on Tuesday in light trading as the prospect of a drawn-out...
Puerto Rico's power utility has clinched a new deal to restructure nearly $9B of debt, saving one of the rare agreements the island has been...
Puerto Rico on Wednesday filed for a form of bankruptcy protection, bumping aside Detroit for the title of the largest municipal insolvency case in U...
Sources say there are questions about the Government’s assumptions and foresee changes