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Is Debt Really That Bad?
Forbes
When you think of money, what comes to mind? Coins, paper money, or maybe even a piggy bank may have popped into your head. Yet, these are merely mediums of exchange. Now think of debt. What do you see? Perhaps nothing. Despite debt becoming ...



Bloomberg

OECD Warns on Rising Debt Risk as Canadians Most in the Red
Bloomberg
With the global economy showing its most even expansion since the financial crisis, debt levels and credit quality are among the risks that could trigger a downturn. Consumer debt tops 100 percent of gross domestic product in Canada, with South Korea ...

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Bloomberg

Altice's Debt Diet Needs to be Stricter
Bloomberg
But Altice's indebtedness would still be twice the average of its peer group, even if net debt fell by 10 billion euros, Bloomberg data suggests. The gains from small asset sales look limited. Logically, Drahi has to move onto more valuable gems. While ...
Debt-ridden Altice looks to sell Dominican Republic network -FTNasdaq
Altice seeks to sell Dominican Republic unit to cut debtFinancial Times

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Maine Public

Poll: Economists Unanimous That Debt Would Balloon Under GOP Tax Plan
Maine Public
Economists were much more certain about what the tax bills would do to the debt. They were asked whether a tax bill like those in the House and Senate right now would leave the U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio (a common measure of how large the national debt is) ...
America's national debt will never, ever go downThe Week Magazine
Out of 42 top economists, only 1 believes the GOP tax bills would help the economyVox

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Wall Street Journal

Investors Have Gotten Too Complacent on China Debt
Wall Street Journal
It is well known that Chinese history is circular—dynasties rise and dynasties fall. So is commentary on the country's economy. In 2008, China was supposedly on the brink of collapse. In 2009, its farsighted stimulus program saved the world economy ...



Townhall

Debt and Taxes and Perdition
Townhall
The difference between what it collects and what it spends is made up in borrowing. But it doesn't borrow money as you or I do or any business does -- with a planned schedule to pay back the principal it owes plus interest. Rather, it goes deeper into ...

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Bloomberg

Singapore Makes a 'Good Start' on Its Debt Restructuring Ambitions
Bloomberg
Singapore has made “a good start” in its bid to become a debt restructuring hub in the region, with six workout cases filed before its courts after it adopted U.S. Chapter 11-like incentives in local company laws this year, a senior government official ...

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Greenville News

Greenville Health System, Palmetto Health want to refinance $1.5 billion in debt
Greenville News
South Carolina's largest healthcare conglomerate, a yet-to-be-named entity that includes Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health, wants to consolidate $1.5 billion in existing debt from nine hospitals as part of the new partnership between the ...



Bloomberg

Italy Gets Close to Debt-Cut Goal, Future Might Depend on ECB
Bloomberg
Helped by the economy's best performance in seven years, 2017 saw long-sought convergence in the paces of debt increases, gross domestic product growth and bond yields, which means Italy is actually gaining ground and not just slipping back as it seeks ...



Fortune

Venezuelan Bondholders Are Preparing for a Fight if the Country Defaults on its $60 Billion Debt
Fortune
Holders of Venezuelan bonds are meeting with each other and considering forming committees, advisers and fund managers told Reuters, as questions mount about the feasibility of President Nicolas Maduro's proposal to restructure $60 billion of debt.

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