It's been a bad couple of months for Neiman Marcus.

The luxury department store reported plummeting sales and a bigger loss than analysts expected. It then scrapped plans for an initial public offering. Meanwhile, it has a higher amount of debt relative to earnings than its competitors, has a low credit rating and relatively little real estate to sell in a pinch.

So it's not surprising that the company's bonds have been losing value.

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