The Wall Street Journal
The weakest U.S. retailers face the biggest risks from the coronavirus epidemic if Chinese factories overseas remain understaffed and customers at home stay away from bricks-and-mortar stores, according to lenders and analysts.
Luxury chain Neiman Marcus Group Ltd., fabric and craft supplies chain Jo-Ann Stores Inc., and apparel seller J.Crew Group Inc. are among the junk-rated retailers exposed to the potential fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, they said.. . . more