NEW YORK — Bankrupt Spiegel Inc. on Tuesday filed its monthly operating report with the Securities and Exchange Commission showing a $16.6 million loss on total revenues of $164.2 million for the four weeks ended May 24.

The loss included reorganization costs of $11.4 million. The report filed with the SEC discussed briefly the problems leading to the March 17 Chapter 11 filing, as well as the issues concerning its ability to securitize its credit card receivables and the shuttering of its First Consumers National Bank.

According to the filing, the matters discussed in the report “raise substantial doubt about the company’s ability to continue as a going concern for a reasonable period of time.” Inherent challenges are factors such as the confirmation of a plan of reorganization, access to goods for sale and the ability to generate cash, and compliance with covenants in its debtor-in-financing facility.

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