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The FBT/TrBK Distress Indices are prepared and published
quarterly. The indices are likely to be contrarian indicators of
economic performance, and are intended to reflect the level of
economic distress in the US economy by tracking the increase or
decrease in comparative Chapter 11 filings for prior quarters and
years, based on a rolling four-quarter average.
The indices reflect relevant Chapter 11 filings with assets over
$1 million, and exclude individual and involuntary cases.
Bankruptcy data is provided exclusively by TrollerBk.com.
For more information on the FBT/TrBK Distress Indices, contact:
info@distressindex.com
Detailed publication information is set out at the end of this report.

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Good afternoon- I received this email from Bobby Guy, a well respected Insolvency Lawyer in the mid west.  bobby.guy@reports.distressindex.com

Interesting reading and review.  Thanks Bobby

All

We thought you’d be interested in the 3rd Quarter Report for the FBT/TrBK Distress Indices. Distress in the healthcare services sector has increased 38% since 2010, while real estate and overall distress figures are down significantly.

To see the current report, click here or go to www.distressindex.com.

Cheers –

Bobby Guy

Robert Dempsey
Disclaimer: The FBT/TrBK Distress Indices are research indices. The indices and information contained herein involve assumptions, compilations, and analysis, and there can be no assurance that the information is error-free. FBT Financial Indices, LLC, Frost Brown Todd LLC, TrollerBK.com, and their members, associates, staff, advisors, and agents shall not have any liability for any information contained herein, including any errors or incompleteness. The contents of this publication are not intended, and should not be considered, as accounting, tax, investment, or legal advice. Further, this information is not intended to and does not provide a recommendation with respect to any security or investment strategy, and any discussion of particular topics is not meant to be comprehensive and may be subject to change.

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