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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. Secures Over $2 Billion of Liquidity

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCL) declared it productively secured more than $two billion of more liquidity in reaction to affects of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic on the business and the cruise field, such as the momentary suspension of  voyages, and to safeguard towards a even further draw back state of affairs. 

On Tuesday, NCL submitted a securities filing to the United States Securities and Exchange Fee, warning it may possibly have to request bankruptcy defense. At the very same time, the business declared the start of a sequence of funds markets transactions, led by Goldman Sachs, to

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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Expresses Uncertainty for the Future

In a securities filing provided to the United States Securities and Trade Fee on Tuesday, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCL) warned it may well have to seek individual bankruptcy security, noting “management’s conclusion regarding considerable question about the Company’s capability to continue as a likely concern.”

The filing claims, at December 31, 2019 and March 31, 2020, NCL was in compliance with all of its debt covenants on the other hand, if it are unable to continue to continue to be in compliance with these agreements, the enterprise would have to seek further amendments and that “no assurances can

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