What's New

21 May

QE May Be Over, But the Fed’s U.S. Debt Hoard Is About to Soar - [USA]

21 May

Now Is the Time to Take Steps to Get Debt Under Control, Says Northern Trust - [Global]

21 May

Here's Where China's Debt Iceberg Shows the Biggest Risk - [China]

21 May

Argentine Bonds Rebound From Lows as Market Weighs Kirchner Move - [Argentina]

21 May

Europe Stocks, U.S. Futures Advance as Bonds Drift: Markets Wrap - [Global]

21 May

World Bank vice-president praises Jamaica's economic turnaround in Miami Herald - [Japan]

21 May

Fitch Ratings: Greek Fiscal Package Accelerates Policy Reversals - [Greece]

21 May

Tsakalotos attacks handout critics as austerity fans - [Greece]

21 May

Bulgaria's Jan-March c/a surplus widens to 654 mln euro - [Bulgaria]

21 May

Gov’t fully awards T-bills as rates decline - [Philippines]

21 May

Yields on gov’t debt end flat on RRR cut - [Philippines]

21 May

Uganda urged to set up debt management committee - [Uganda]

21 May

S. Korea ready to share experience with Azerbaijan in solving issues of problem loans - [South Korea]

21 May

Total debt getting close to size of economy - [Pakistan]

21 May

Turkish government's gross debt stock at $203 billion - [Turkey]

21 May

Lebanon's debt climbs to $86.2bn as government vies to push budget through - [Lebanon]

21 May

Azerbaijan can learn a lot from Korean economic experience - [Azerbaydzhan]

21 May

Vietnam public debt at lowest level since 2015 - [Vietnam]

21 May

Azerbaijan reduces external debt in GDP by 17% - minister - [Azerbaydzhan]

21 May

Sierra Leone Business: Christian Aid calls for Debt Cancellation for Sierra Leone - [Sierra Leone]