Robert Slavin

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With Much Achieved, PREPA Still Has Much to Do
September 3, 2015 The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority still has months of work ahead to come to agreement on such issues as the maturity...

PREPA, Forbearing Bondholders Reach Agreement on Restructuring
September 2, 2015 The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and its forbearing bondholders reached an agreement Tuesday night that would cut the...

U.S. Toll Roads Improved Their Finances in 2014: Moody's
September 1, 2015 U.S. toll roads rated by Moody's Investors Service improved their finances in fiscal year 2014, the rating agency said.

PREPA Fuel Deal Spurs Conflict-of-Interest Accusation
September 1, 2015 A leader of Puerto Rico's primary opposition party has accused Millstein & Co. of a conflict of interest in its dealings with...

Puerto Rico Debt Decisions Loom
August 28, 2015 Puerto Rico bondholders may get a clearer picture in the coming week of how they will fare under restructuring plans for $72...

Congressional Research Service Lists Possible Actions for Puerto Rico
August 27, 2015 U.S. lawmakers were presented with possible options that range from backstopping Puerto Rico's debt to authorizing Chapter 9...

PREPA Reaches Oil and Gas Deals to Save $55 Million a Year
August 25, 2015 The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority said Tuesday it had reached oil and natural gas purchase deals that will save it $55...

Puerto Rico May Not Get Supreme Court to Take Up Restructuring Case
August 24, 2015 The U.S. Supreme Court is unlikely to take up the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico's recent request to consider a twice rejected...

Puerto Rico Employment Gained in July
August 21, 2015 Puerto Rico’s economy gained about 2,700 jobs in July from June, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

S&P Highlights Pressure on Puerto Rico's Universities and Hospitals
August 20, 2015 Multiple factors are pressuring Puerto Rico's nonprofit universities and hospitals, Standard & Poor's said Thursday.

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Rhode Island and Michigan showed solid improvement in labor markets in August, while Puerto Rico showed greater improvement in its unemployment rate than any of the 50 States, according to our proprietary measure of state economic health.

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