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           Tuesday, April 20, 2010, Vol. 11, No. 076

                            Headlines



B E R M U D A

HOME ZONE: Liquidates; To Close Doors on April 30


J A M A I C A

AIR JAMAICA: Observers Say Deal Should Be Shelved Before Elections
AIR JAMAICA: U.S. Transportation Department Grants 60-Day Waiver
AIR JAMAICA: 2009 Annual Revenue Drops 26.7% to US$257 Million

* JAMAICA: Most Insurance Companies Fail Stress Test


T R I N I D A D  &  T O B A G O

CL FINANCIAL: Ex-CEO Duprey Denies Knowledge of Share Swap Deal
CL FINANCIAL: Marlon Holder Appointed as Chairman & CEO
CLICO INVESTMENT BANK: Wind-Up Petition Filed


T U R K S  &  C A I C O S  I S L A N D S

CABLE & WIRELESS: London Court Dismisses Digicel Claims




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HOME ZONE: Liquidates; To Close Doors on April 30
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Home Zone will close its doors April 30, 2010.   According to a
press statement dated April 9, all stock items of major home
appliances at Home Zone are to be sold at some of the lowest
prices Bermuda will have seen, in a liquidation sale that will end
on the day Home Zone closes its doors, April 30, 2010.   Home Zone
stocks some of the world's top home appliance manufacturers such
as GE, Whirlpool, KitchenAid and Faber.

Tom Nelmes, vice president, Electrical Division at HWP Group,
said: "Whilst we are obviously saddened that the economic
situation has meant that we are having to close, we are now
putting all our efforts into clearing items that we have in stock.
There are some truly amazing deals, and we are encouraging
everyone to come and take a look at what we have on offer.

"Many of the items are being sold at less than cost price, but we
need to sell everything by 30th April, so we are urging people to
come and help us clear out. Developers and landlords might be
particularly interested in some of the items we have."

Home Zone is no longer taking any orders for appliances and all
items are sold as seen.  Deliveries must be arranged by the buyer.

For those who are concerned about appliances already purchased
with warranties, Home Zone is in the process of finalizing the
details of how these warranties will be taken over.  It will make
a further announcements about contact information for after sales
enquiries from May 1 onwards.

Jonathan Brewin, CEO of HWP Group, commented: "Our two main
priorities right now are to sign on the dotted line with a partner
who can honor the after sales service provided by Home Zone. We
will contact all customers who have products under warranty with
this information and make a further announcement to the media as
soon as the deal is signed.

"Secondly we need to focus on selling as much stock as we can
before 30th April. There has already been a lot of interest, so
customers need to come down to Bakery Lane to support the team as
soon as possible, before that item you need is sold!"

Home Zone is the electrical and appliance division of The HWP
Group.  The HWP Group -- http://www.hwponline.com/-- is a
retailer featuring Automotive, Motorcycle, and Major Appliance
Retail Locations.  The HWP Group was founded in 1945.


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AIR JAMAICA: Observers Say Deal Should Be Shelved Before Elections
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Vernon Khelawan at Trinidad & Tobago's Newsday says persons in the
aviation industry both in Jamaica and in Trinidad and Tobago think
that, since general elections in Trinidad and Tobago are imminent,
any deal between Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines, should be put
on hold until after the election exercise is completed and a new
government has been installed.

Mr. Khelawan writes, "Should the Trinidad and Tobago government,
through State-owned Caribbean Airlines, continue negotiations to
take over prescribed routes now being operated by a cash-strapped
Air Jamaica?  This is a question now engaging the attention of
persons in the aviation industry both in Kingston and Port-of-
Spain since Prime Minister Patrick Manning advised President
George Maxwell Richards to dissolve Parliament a week ago."

Trinidad & Tobago's Newsday reports that Conrad Aleong, former
president and chief executive officer of the now defunct BWIA --
speaking to Business Day last week -- said "it would be unfair for
a possible outgoing administration to complete a deal which, under
objective analysis and scrutiny by a newly elected government may
not be considered in the nation's best interest."

Newsday says Mr. Aleong believes, since the entire deal has been
clouded in secrecy for its duration, the citizenry "have expressed
serious reservations in this lack of transparency.  The people
will have to live with this for a very long time and may even have
to pay dearly, who knows."

Newsday also relates Jamaica's Finance Minister Audley Shaw said
in Kingston he didn't think the political situation in Trinidad
and Tobago would affect the deal.  According to the report,
Mr. Shaw said "certain decisions had already been made" and that
everything was on track so far.

Newsday recalls the April 12 start-date given for the hand over of
the routes had now been pushed back to April 30.  Newsday also
says a request for a waiver of the U.S. control policy had not yet
been granted by the U.S. Department of Transportation,
necessitating a push back in the start up date.

                        About Air Jamaica

Headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica, Air Jamaica Limited --
http://www.airjamaica.com/-- was founded in 1969.  It flies
passengers and cargo to almost 30 destinations in the Caribbean,
Europe, and North America.  Air Jamaica offers vacation packages
through Air Jamaica Vacations.  The company closed its intra-
island services unit, Air Jamaica Express, in October 2005.  The
Jamaican government owned 25% of the company after it went private
in 1994.  However, in late 2004, the government assumed full
ownership of the airline after an investor group turned over its
75% stake.  The Jamaican government does not plan to own Air
Jamaica permanently.

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As reported in the Troubled Company Reporter-Latin America on
January 27, 2010, Moody's Investors Service changed the ratings
outlook of Air Jamaica Limited to stable.  The Corporate Family
and senior unsecured ratings of Air Jamaica are affirmed at Caa1.
The change in outlook mirrors the change of the outlook of the
foreign currency bond rating of The Government of Jamaica to
stable, which occurred on January 22, 2010.  The ratings reflect
Jamaica's unconditional and irrevocable guarantee of the rated
debt obligations of Air Jamaica.  The foreign currency bond rating
of Jamaica remains Caa1, notwithstanding the January 22, 2010
downgrade of Jamaica's local currency bond rating by Moody's to
Caa2.

As reported in the TCR-LA on November 5, 2009, Standard & Poor's
Ratings Services said that it lowered its long-term corporate
credit rating on Air Jamaica Ltd. to 'CCC' from 'CCC+'.  The
outlook is negative.


AIR JAMAICA: U.S. Transportation Department Grants 60-Day Waiver
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Jamaica Observer reports that Air Jamaica's deal with Caribbean
Airlines seems set to take off again after the United States
Department of Transportation granted a 60-day waiver allowing the
Lovebird to fly to that country when the Transitional Services
Agreement between both carriers comes into effect on April 30.

"Amidst all the concerns and negative projections which were
raised in some quarters recently, I can now confirm that the
matter has been resolved and there should be no difficulty for Air
Jamaica to access the US going forward, and for Caribbean Airlines
to do so, as required, thereafter," said Jamaica's Transport
Minister Mike Henry, the Observer reports.

The Observer recalls that Air Jamaica on March 24 wrote to the
U.S. DOT asking for permission to continue to operate on the terms
of its existing authority during the six- to 12-month transition
period expected under the divestment agreement with Caribbean
Airlines.  Failing that permission, the airline asked the DOT for
an urgent waiver of the agency's standard ownership and control
policy, for the airline to maintain services for the one-year
period under its TSA with Caribbean Airlines.

The Observer says the waiver became effective April 15.

            "Business As Usual" When TSA Takes Effect

Jamaica Observer reports that Air Jamaica's president and chief
executive officer Bruce Nobles has sought to reassure passengers
that operations will continue as usual as the airline prepares for
its transition to Caribbean Airlines.  He also reiterated that
come April 30 the transition arrangement should be fully in place.

According to the Observer, Mr. Nobles said all reservations made
and tickets purchased will be honored and Air Jamaica will
continue to use the "JM" code, its current regulatory
authorizations, the current fleet of aircraft, and maintain many
of its current employees.

The report further relates that Mr. Nobles said:

     -- Air Jamaica still offers the most flights between Jamaica
        and Fort Lauderdale, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
        Toronto as its spring schedule goes into effect on April
        12 with 161 weekly flights; and

     -- freighter service will continue between Miami and Kingston
        three times each week.

                        About Air Jamaica

Headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica, Air Jamaica Limited --
http://www.airjamaica.com/-- was founded in 1969.  It flies
passengers and cargo to almost 30 destinations in the Caribbean,
Europe, and North America.  Air Jamaica offers vacation packages
through Air Jamaica Vacations.  The company closed its intra-
island services unit, Air Jamaica Express, in October 2005.  The
Jamaican government owned 25% of the company after it went private
in 1994.  However, in late 2004, the government assumed full
ownership of the airline after an investor group turned over its
75% stake.  The Jamaican government does not plan to own Air
Jamaica permanently.

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As reported in the Troubled Company Reporter-Latin America on
January 27, 2010, Moody's Investors Service changed the ratings
outlook of Air Jamaica Limited to stable.  The Corporate Family
and senior unsecured ratings of Air Jamaica are affirmed at Caa1.
The change in outlook mirrors the change of the outlook of the
foreign currency bond rating of The Government of Jamaica to
stable, which occurred on January 22, 2010.  The ratings reflect
Jamaica's unconditional and irrevocable guarantee of the rated
debt obligations of Air Jamaica.  The foreign currency bond rating
of Jamaica remains Caa1, notwithstanding the January 22, 2010
downgrade of Jamaica's local currency bond rating by Moody's to
Caa2.

As reported in the TCR-LA on November 5, 2009, Standard & Poor's
Ratings Services said that it lowered its long-term corporate
credit rating on Air Jamaica Ltd. to 'CCC' from 'CCC+'.  The
outlook is negative.


AIR JAMAICA: 2009 Annual Revenue Drops 26.7% to US$257 Million
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Jamaica Observer reports that Air Jamaica's annual revenue dipped
26.7% to US$257 million (JM$23 billion) in 2009 due to a reduction
in its fleet which impacted positively on its efficiency,
according to just-published data.

"The decline was reflective of lower revenues intake from all
revenue categories with revenues from passengers down by US$92
million to US$207 million," stated the Economic and Social Survey
Jamaica 2009 released last week by the Planning Institute of
Jamaica, the Observer reports.

The report notes that the survey did not post profit or loss data
but the company has had an accumulated debt of some US$1 billion
(JM$89.5 billion).  According to the report, Air Jamaica's revenue
decline was expected as it cut its fleet from 14 to nine whilst
slashing six routes in 2009.  The fleet reduction was a cost-
cutting measure in preparation for acquisition by Trinidadian
carrier Caribbean Airlines by month end.

The Observer also reports that Air Jamaica's passenger load factor
or filled seats increased to 74% versus 68% in 2008.  According to
the Observer, this was the airline's highest passenger load factor
in at least five years.  The report also notes the airline's
operated 1.35 billion available seats miles in the year which was
34.3% lower than 2008, its revenue passenger miles fell by 27.6%
to 1.3 billion while revenue passengers declined by 23.9% to 1.13
million persons.

"The reduced numbers reflect the continued negative impact of the
global recession," the Observer quotes the survey.

                        About Air Jamaica

Headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica, Air Jamaica Limited --
http://www.airjamaica.com/-- was founded in 1969.  It flies
passengers and cargo to almost 30 destinations in the Caribbean,
Europe, and North America.  Air Jamaica offers vacation packages
through Air Jamaica Vacations.  The company closed its intra-
island services unit, Air Jamaica Express, in October 2005.  The
Jamaican government owned 25% of the company after it went private
in 1994.  However, in late 2004, the government assumed full
ownership of the airline after an investor group turned over its
75% stake.  The Jamaican government does not plan to own Air
Jamaica permanently.

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As reported in the Troubled Company Reporter-Latin America on
January 27, 2010, Moody's Investors Service changed the ratings
outlook of Air Jamaica Limited to stable.  The Corporate Family
and senior unsecured ratings of Air Jamaica are affirmed at Caa1.
The change in outlook mirrors the change of the outlook of the
foreign currency bond rating of The Government of Jamaica to
stable, which occurred on January 22, 2010.  The ratings reflect
Jamaica's unconditional and irrevocable guarantee of the rated
debt obligations of Air Jamaica.  The foreign currency bond rating
of Jamaica remains Caa1, notwithstanding the January 22, 2010
downgrade of Jamaica's local currency bond rating by Moody's to
Caa2.

As reported in the TCR-LA on November 5, 2009, Standard & Poor's
Ratings Services said that it lowered its long-term corporate
credit rating on Air Jamaica Ltd. to 'CCC' from 'CCC+'.  The
outlook is negative.


* JAMAICA: Most Insurance Companies Fail Stress Test
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Al Edwards at Jamaica Observer reports that most of Jamaica's
general insurance companies would be unable to pay out claims if a
major natural disaster happens, according to the latest financial
reports filed by the firms.

The Observer reports that according to industry regulator
Financial Services Commission, the Minimum Asset Test is set at
135%.  Of those reporting results to date, the Observer says Key
Insurance leads the way at 149.64%, followed by Lascelles
DeMercado's Globe Insurance at 149%.  Jamaica International
Insurance Company passes the test at 143%.

The Observer says those coming in below the minimum requirement
are British Caribbean, 134%; West Indies Alliance, 132.07%;
Victoria Mutual, 130.69%; ICWI, 130%; General Accident, 128%;
Advantage General, 115%.  The Observer says NEM and American Home
are still to file.


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CL FINANCIAL: Ex-CEO Duprey Denies Knowledge of Share Swap Deal
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Trinidad Express Newspaper reports that deposed business magnate
Lawrence Duprey says documents bearing his signature and used by
his former top lieutenant Andre Monteil to push through a CL
Financial share swap transaction in exchange for bank borrowings
in excess of US$100 million were materially misleading and done
without his knowledge or consent.

Trinidad Express says the former executive chairman of CL
Financial made the claim in a telephone interview with the Sunday
Express late last week and follows hard on the heels of a Central
Bank-mounted lawsuit filed against his former second in command
and group financial director Mr. Monteil and Richard Trotman,
former president and CEO of his failed investment bank, CIB, among
others.

Trinidad Express recalls the Central Bank action relates primarily
to Mr. Monteil's controversial acquisition of a Clico-held block
of shares in the Home Mortgage Bank in February 2007 for $110
million in what court papers say was an act of "self-dealing" for
his personal enrichment.

Trinidad Express relates the Monteil-engineered deal cut across
several companies in which he was chairman, including the CL
Financial-owned and managed Clico Investment Bank, which is facing
liquidation.  Mr. Monteil was a former treasurer of the ruling
People's National Movement party.  The report says Mr. Monteil was
sharply criticized by Prime Minister Patrick Manning and the
institutional sector, including the Central Bank in 2007 amid
government-issued threats to bring legislation to reverse the
transaction.

                         About CL Financial

CL Financial Limited is the largest privately held conglomerate in
Trinidad and Tobago and one of the largest privately held
corporations in the entire Caribbean.  Founded as an insurance
company, Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) by Cyril Duprey,
it was expanded into a diversified company by his nephew, Lawrence
Duprey.  CL Financial is now one of the largest local
conglomerates in the region, encompassing over 65 companies in 32
countries worldwide with total assets standing at roughly US$100
billion.

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As reported in the Troubled Company Reporter-Latin America on
Feb. 20, 2009, the Trinidad and Tobago Express said Central Bank
Governor Ewart Williams disclosed that an examination of insurance
company CLICO, dissolved finance house CLICO Investment Bank and
other CL Financial companies showed a deficit between US$6
billion and US$8 billion.

Tobago President George Maxwell Richards, The Express related,
signed bailout bills for CL Financial, giving the government the
authority to control the company's unit, Colonial Life Insurance
Company, and giving the central bank extensive powers to treat
with CL Financial's collapse and the consequent systemic crisis.


CL FINANCIAL: Marlon Holder Appointed as Chairman & CEO
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Trinidad & Tobago's Newsday reports that Marlon Holder will take
up the position of Chairman of Colonial Life Insurance Company and
the broader CL Financial Group.  Mr. Holder has also been
appointed Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director.

The report says Mr. Holder has resigned as Executive Director of
the Trinidad and Tobago Unit Trust Corporation.  The report says
Mr. Holder is one of Trinidad and Tobago's highly respected
management personnel.

According to the report, Mr. Holder is almost certain to lay
stress on human resource development at the CL Financial Group.
The report says Mr. Holder can do this through activating the
Group's old policy of awarding scholarships to the University of
the West Indies, the University of Trinidad and Tobago and other
tertiary institutions to qualified CL Financial staff.  This would
be a continuation of the Group's well known course of action of
building intellectual capital and by extension, building that base
for the future succession planning for such positions as a CEO.

                         About CL Financial

CL Financial Limited is the largest privately held conglomerate in
Trinidad and Tobago and one of the largest privately held
corporations in the entire Caribbean.  Founded as an insurance
company, Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) by Cyril Duprey,
it was expanded into a diversified company by his nephew, Lawrence
Duprey.  CL Financial is now one of the largest local
conglomerates in the region, encompassing over 65 companies in 32
countries worldwide with total assets standing at roughly US$100
billion.

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As reported in the Troubled Company Reporter-Latin America on
Feb. 20, 2009, the Trinidad and Tobago Express said Central Bank
Governor Ewart Williams disclosed that an examination of insurance
company CLICO, dissolved finance house CLICO Investment Bank and
other CL Financial companies showed a deficit between US$6
billion and US$8 billion.

Tobago President George Maxwell Richards, The Express related,
signed bailout bills for CL Financial, giving the government the
authority to control the company's unit, Colonial Life Insurance
Company, and giving the central bank extensive powers to treat
with CL Financial's collapse and the consequent systemic crisis.


CLICO INVESTMENT BANK: Wind-Up Petition Filed
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Trinidad Express Newspaper reports that the state-appointed
manager Carl Hiralal of Clico Investment Bank on Friday filed a
petition with the high court to wind up Clico Investment Bank on
the grounds that the bank has a US$4.7 billion insolvency hole and
is unable to pay its debts as they fall due.

According to Trinidad Express Newspaper, Mr. Hiralal said high on
the list of issues that led to the bank's failure are:

     -- weak financial record keeping;

     -- material inaccuracies in the management accounts;

     -- use of suspense accounts not properly reconciled which led
        to inaccurate ledger information;

     -- poor audit trails and absence of supporting paper trials
        on many inter-group and related party transactions;

     -- monthly financial statements that were not in compliance
        with generally accepted accounting principles; and

     -- a loan portfolio that comprised a significant percentage
        of high risk real estate projects, all over budget and
        behind schedule.

The report says a state of affairs analysis done by Maria Daniel,
a director at Ernst & Young, found that 40% of the total loans
were project financing and further, a lack of supporting
documentation and or appropriate security for many of the files
inspected.  According to the report, the Daniel audit revealed
there was little evidence to suggest that the loan portfolio was
being properly administered by management and recovery efforts on
delinquent loans were inadequate.

Clico Investment Bank is owned and managed by CL Financial.

                         About CL Financial

CL Financial Limited is the largest privately held conglomerate in
Trinidad and Tobago and one of the largest privately held
corporations in the entire Caribbean.  Founded as an insurance
company, Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) by Cyril Duprey,
it was expanded into a diversified company by his nephew, Lawrence
Duprey.  CL Financial is now one of the largest local
conglomerates in the region, encompassing over 65 companies in 32
countries worldwide with total assets standing at roughly US$100
billion.

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As reported in the Troubled Company Reporter-Latin America on
Feb. 20, 2009, the Trinidad and Tobago Express said Central Bank
Governor Ewart Williams disclosed that an examination of insurance
company CLICO, dissolved finance house CLICO Investment Bank and
other CL Financial companies showed a deficit between US$6
billion and US$8 billion.

Tobago President George Maxwell Richards, The Express related,
signed bailout bills for CL Financial, giving the government the
authority to control the company's unit, Colonial Life Insurance
Company, and giving the central bank extensive powers to treat
with CL Financial's collapse and the consequent systemic crisis.


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CABLE & WIRELESS: London Court Dismisses Digicel Claims
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Caribbean Net News and Cayman Net News report that Cable &
Wireless Communications said Thursday a judge in the High Court in
London had dismissed all the claims brought by rival Digicel that
C&W had unlawfully delayed the entry of competitors into the
Caribbean telecom market between 2002 and 2006.

Cayman Net News says Mr. Justice Morgan handed down the judgment.

Cayman Net News relates that, according to Cable & Wireless, the
case involved claims that the Cable & Wireless Communications
Group had breached the telecoms statutes in six Caribbean
territories, including Barbados, Cayman, St. Lucia, St. Vincent &
the Grenadines, Grenada and the Turk & Caicos, because Digicel was
entering as a competitor to Cable & Wireless (now LIME) between
2002-06.

According to Caribbean Net News, C&W said the High Court had found
a minor breach of contract in the Turks & Caicos but said it had
caused no delay to Digicel and therefore no loss.

According to the reports, C&W said it would seek the reimbursement
of its costs for defending the matter.

                              About LIME

Lime (formerly Cable & Wireless Jamaica) --
http://home.cwjamaica.com/-- provides national and
international fixed line services.  The company is owned 82% by
Cable & Wireless plc. Cable & Wireless Jamaica also owns Jamaica
Digiport International Limited, a company which provides high
speed data and other telecommunications services exclusively to
freezone and offshore companies.

                      About Cable & Wireless

Headquartered in London, England, Cable & Wireless plc --
http://www.cw.com/-- is an international telecommunications
company.  The Company offers mobile, broadband and domestic and
international fixed line services to homes, small and medium-sized
enterprises, corporate customers and governments.  It operates in
39 countries through four major operations in the Caribbean,
Panama, Macau and Monaco & Islands.  It operates through two
businesses: International and Europe, Asia & US.  Its
International business operates full service telecommunications
companies through four major operations in the Caribbean, Panama,
Macau and Monaco and Islands.  Its Europe, Asia & US provides
enterprise and carrier solutions to the largest users of telecom
services across the United Kingdom, continental Europe, Asia and
the United States.  Its subsidiaries include Cable & Wireless UK,
Cable & Wireless Jamaica Ltd, Cable & Wireless Panama, SA, Cable &
Wireless (Barbados) Ltd and Monaco Telecom SAM.

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According to Bloomberg data, Cable & Wireless plc continues to
carry Moody's "Ba3"long-term corporate family rating, "B1" senior
unsecured debt rating and "Ba3"probability of default rating with
a stable outlook.

The company continues to Standard & Poor's "BB-"long-term foreign
and local issuer credit ratings and "B" short-term foreign and
local issuer credit ratings.


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Monday's edition of the TCR-LA delivers a list of indicative
prices for bond issues that reportedly trade well below par.
Prices are obtained by TCR-LA editors from a variety of outside
sources during the prior week we think are reliable.   Those
sources may not, however, be complete or accurate.  The Monday
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about which we report.

Tuesday's edition of the TCR-LA features a list of companies
with insolvent balance sheets obtained by our editors based on
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