In 2018, plaintiffs filed 403 new federal securities fraud class actions, just short of 2017’s record high of 412. In 1995, Congress enacted the PSLRA, which created a number of stringent.
Bankruptcies in the United States decreased to 22157 Companies in the first quarter of 2019 from 22232 Companies in the fourth quarter of 2018. Bankruptcies in the United States averaged 44768.13 Companies from 1980 until 2019, reaching an all time high of 82446 Companies in the fourth quarter of 1987 and a record low of 19695 Companies in the fourth quarter of 2006.
S&P 500 2,840.35 +13.13 (+0.46%) But after hitting record levels in 2005 (paywall), personal bankruptcy filings are are now in their twelfth straight year of decline. US federal court records show a 50% drop since 2010 from 1.5 million to 766,00 last year with no signs of abating.
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Commercial bankruptcy filings skyrocketed during the Financial Crisis and peaked in March 2010 at 9,004. Then they fell sharply until they reached their low point in October 2015. November 2015 was the turning point, when for the first time since March 2010, commercial bankruptcy filings rose year-over-year.
These allow people with debts but relatively few assets to write off the debts without a full-blown bankruptcy. 2009 has highest number of personal insolvencies on record. Over 2009 as a whole, there were 134,142 people declared insolvent in England and Wales. This was higher than the previous record – in 2006 – of 107,288.
After scrutinizing 910 personal bankruptcies filed between 2013 and 2016, the researchers discovered that medical bills prompted 58.5 percent of the petitioners to seek debt relief. Income losses caused by an injury or illness were cited as a reason in 44.3 percent of the bankruptcy cases, and many petitions revealed that both hospital expenses.