Research Update: Six Flags Entertainment Corp. Placed On CreditWatch With Positive Implications On Strong Performance Nov 11
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- Published: November 2011
NEW YORK (Standard & Poor's) Aug. 15, 2002--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that it has revised its outlook on theme park operator Six Flags Inc. to negative from stable based on weak second-quarter operating performance and management's revision of full-year EBITDA guidance. Standard & Poor's said that its ratings, including its double-'B'-minus corporate credit rating on company were affirmed. Six Flags, based in Oklahoma City, Okla. is the largest regional theme park operator and the second-largest theme park company in the world. The company operates 38 parks, with 28 in the U.S., eight in Europe, one in Canada and one in Mexico. Total debt and preferred stock as of June 30, 2002, was $2.6 billion. "EBITDA declined 10%...
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Action: Outlook Revised
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