Sears Exit from S&P 500 Balanced by Improving Debt LoadVW Staff
Sears Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ:SHLD) recently exited the S&P500 index, as the company’s public float has been less than the 50% threshold mandated by S&P. The stock has been a member of the S&P for over 50 years, and the moment, therefore, is somewhat of a watershed in its fortunes.
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