Aruba Limbo Has Some Goliath Bondholders Abandoning ShipBen Bain
As the 591-foot-long OSA Goliath idles off the Aruban coast for a seventh month, prices for bonds backed by the oil-services vessel signal that some investors are starting to jump ship.
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