By  on August 21, 2013

With many retailers cutting forecasts for the second half, credit professionals now expect Sears Holdings Corp. to reveal a sale of some kind to alleviate liquidity concerns when the retailer posts second-quarter results on Thursday.

The company possibly could sell the service-protection business connected with home appliances, or there could be more real estate asset sales, credit sources said.

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