Bed Bath and Beyond shares plunge after retailer warns it doesn't have the cash to pay down debts

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Signage is seen through an overturned shopping cart outside a Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. store in Greendale, Wisconsin.

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Bed Bath and Beyond said Thursday it doesn't have enough cash to pay down its debts, warning once again of a potential bankruptcy.

Shares of Bed Bath plunged Thursday afternoon. The company's market value stands at about $278 million.

In a securities filing, the struggling home goods retailer said it "does not have sufficient resources to repay the amounts under the Credit Facilities and this will lead the Company to consider all strategic alternatives, including restructuring its debt under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code."

The news comes several weeks after the retailer issued a "going concern" notice that it may not be able to cover its expenses following a worse-than-expected quarter. 

–CNBC's Lillian Rizzo contributed to this report.

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