The stock of Rite Aid Corp. Rad, -4.4% fell 3.8% on Wednesday, to an all-time low. This brings its five-day losses to 23%. Since Bloomberg reported last Thursday that the company was working with lawyers and banks to reorganize their debt, which amounts to $2.9 billion and the majority of which is due in 2025 or 2026, the stock has been under significant pressure. Rite Aid will report its fiscal first quarter earnings on Thursday. According to FactSet, based on only three analyst estimates, the company is expected to lose $1.50 in the quarter that ended on June 3 compared to 38 cents last year. Sales are expected down to $5.324 from $6.16 billion. The stock is down 54% year-to-date, while S&P500 SPX has gained 14 %.