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Hertz Global Holdings has considered selling it’s Donlen leasing business if it can get at least $1 billion and has several buyers interested in the fleet management company, chiefly private equity funds, according to a report from Bloomberg.

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Liquidation on the Table for Hertz?

A dragged-out post-lockdown recovery, a huge debt pile, and the potential for zero recoveries for unsecured creditors make the Hertz bankruptcy a likely liquidation, says Wall Street analyst Girish Bhise.

Hertz Bankruptcy Court Approves $1B Stock Sale

Hertz says the recent increases in its stock “present a unique opportunity for its debtors to raise capital on terms that are far superior to any debtor-in-possession financing.”

Hertz Requests Hearing on Potential NYSE Delisting

The potential delisting pertains to New York Stock Exchange regulations that require the average daily closing price of the company’s stock to be more than $1 a day over a consecutive 30-day trading period.