What's New

19 Jul

Moody's changes Sharjah's rating outlook to negative, affirms A3 rating - [United Arab Emirates]

19 Jul

UK budget deficit swells in first quarter of 2019/20 tax year - [United Kingdom]

19 Jul

Fitch Revises Outlook on Thailand to Positive; Affirms at 'BBB+' - [Thailand]

19 Jul

Greece gets nod from creditors to ease bailout-era taxes - [Greece]

19 Jul

African Development Bank approves 8 mln USD loans to Kenyan small firms - [Kenya]

19 Jul

Euro zone bond rally continues, bolstered by ECB rate-cut hopes - [European Union]

19 Jul

No-deal Brexit 'could plunge UK into recession' - [United Kingdom]

19 Jul

The endless cyclical stupidity of the debt ceiling - [USA]

19 Jul

When Sovereign Debt Becomes A "Giffen Good" - [USA]

19 Jul

Sweden to issue green bonds by 2020 - [Sweden]

19 Jul

2020 Candidates Keep Ignoring The Same Big Issue - [USA]

19 Jul

Lebanon needs public debt management plan -finance minister - [Lebanon]

19 Jul

Senior diplomat slams possible US sanctions on Russian public debt as 'a shot in the foot' - [Russia]

19 Jul

Mthuli ordered to disclose real debt - [Zimbabwe]

19 Jul

Turkey’s efforts to clean up bad debt have stalled - Reuters - [Turkey]

18 Jul

IMF urges Tunisia to reduce inflation further to boost growth - [Tunisia]

18 Jul

Fitch Affirms Canada's Ratings at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable - [Canada]

18 Jul

Fitch Ratings: Costa Rica Debt Approval to Ease Financing Constraints - [Costa Rica]

18 Jul

IMF recognizes progress in China's external rebalancing - [China]

18 Jul

Albania turns to budget deficit in H1 - [Albania]