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How to use insolvent in a sentence
Soon the nation would have no choice but to declare itself insolvent, instigating a battle with the dozens of banks and creditors that held its $8 billion in debt and triggering austerity measures that would spiral the island into further poverty.Barbados Resists Climate Colonialism in an Effort to Survive the Costs of Global Warming | by Abrahm Lustgarten | July 27, 2022 | ProPublica
Evan Chesler, one of Musk's attorneys, said at the hearing that the deal was not a bailout and that SolarCity is far from insolvent and that its finances are similar to those of many high-growth companies.Tesla investors urge judge to order Musk repay $13 bln for SolarCity deal | email@example.com (Unknown) | January 19, 2022 | TechCrunch
The plan was declared insolvent and placed in receivership in 2017.Rich Investors Stripped Millions From a Hospital Chain and Want to Leave It Behind. A Tiny State Stands in Their Way. | by Peter Elkind | February 4, 2021 | ProPublica
The money was instead deposited into accounts tied to the previous owners, leaving the new owners with few options as they tried to keep the facilities from becoming insolvent.How the CARES Act Forgot America’s Most Vulnerable Hospitals | by Brianna Bailey, The Frontier | January 26, 2021 | ProPublica
When it collapsed in June, pressure to overhaul the index mounted as existing rules didn’t allow for the benchmark’s first-ever insolvent member to be ejected right away.Reeling from the Wirecard scandal, Germany’s DAX is getting its largest overhaul ever | kdunn6 | November 24, 2020 | Fortune
For more than a year now, little Greece has been insolvent after its politicians recklessly piled up $467 billion in debt.
"Your claim is with a hopelessly insolvent company," he told Gettelfinger.
The truth, as many experts have maintained, is that the leading banks are insolvent, and have been so for more than a year.
As we have seen over the last 18 months, the latter is what near- insolvent banks do.
And the reality is, if the subprime securities are truly trash, most of the big banks are troubled and some are insolvent.
Now men laughed at him, pointed to him with their fingers, and made their children mock and hoot the penniless insolvent.
Unless the maker of a note is insolvent, a bank can never pay the unmatured note of a depositor.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman | Albert Sidney Bolles
Sganerelle demands the payment of his wages from his henceforth insolvent master.Charles Baudelaire, His Life | Thophile Gautier
Old Strang died insolvent; he used to gamble, had ruined himself without saying a word.The Nabob | Alphonse Daudet
And Rembrandt died insolvent, while Sir Godfrey amassed a fortune!Art in England | Dutton Cook
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