Entergy NO Bonds Slump On Bankruptcy Threat

Terzo, Gerelyn
September 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;9/26/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 36, p13
Trade Publication
Reports on the impact of Hurricane Katrina on utility company Entergy New Orleans Inc. in Louisiana. Total amount of approximated damages which caused the company to claim for bankruptcy protection; Statement of Deutsche Bank AG senior electric utilities analyst Robert Rubin on the difficulties in determining the value of the bonds post-bankruptcy; Speculations on the real reason for the bankruptcy claim.


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