WeWork Could Soon Be Wee Work

Jun. 01, 2022 4:44 AM ETWeWork Inc. (WE)27 Comments

Summary

  • WeWork has a broken business model that is unlikely to be profitable.
  • The company is likely to find it hard to service its debt.
  • A fundamental analysis suggests big downside in the stock.
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WeWork Debuts Goes Public On New York Stock Exchange

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Introduction

Rising interest rates and the threat of a recession have caused a pull-back in stocks, with the Nasdaq down more than 20% this year. With government stimulus waning and bonds starting to offer a passable alternative, there is not

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