Appaloosa, bondholders set to sue Caesars, NY Post reports David Tepper's Appaloosa Management and a group of bondholders are set to file a lawsuit as early as today against Caesars Entertainment (CZR) in a move to stop Caesars from selling four of its casinos to another Caesars-owned entity for $2.2B, the New York Post reports, citing sources. The sale is likely to benefit Apollo (APO) and TPG, both Caesars shareholders that control Caesars entities. The suit is expected to claim that the sale is "fraudulent" and would make it "nearly impossible" for Caesars to pay down its $24B of debt. Reference Link
Caesar's April calls active into Q4 and outlook Caesar's April 13 calls are active on total volume of 11K contracts compares to its open interest of zero contracts according to Track Data. Active call volume suggests traders taking positions into the expected release of Q4 results on March 2.