A free market bailout alternative?
- Commercial, investment banks diverge as Russia extends debt-deal deadline. Kraus, James R. // American Banker;3/4/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 42, p1
Reports on the Russian government's extension to April 30, 1999 its deadline to foreign creditors for accepting its terms to restructure defaulted debt as commercial and investment banks continued to clash over the terms of the restructuring offer. Investment banks' threat to bring litigation...
- Euro on a knife edge -- are the Greeks to blame for it? Nichols, Dick // Green Left Weekly;9/12/2011, Issue 896, p19
The article reports on the European crisis that is being blamed to galloping public debt crisis of Greece. It notes that Germans questioned the involvement of hardworking taxpayers of the eurozone core economies like Germany in funding billion-euro rescue packages for Greece. Moreover, lack of a...
- Financing the federal debt. Harris, Catherine // Canadian Banker;May/Jun95, Vol. 102 Issue 3, p38
Reports on Canada's reliance on foreign investors to finance its federal debt. Percentage of the federal debt that foreigners hold as of September 1994; Moody's downgrade of rating on Canadian-dollar-denominated and foreign-denominated Canada debt; Possible increase in Canada Pension Plan rates.
- One big bad number. Robinson, David // Northern Ontario Business;Nov2012, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p4
The article focuses on 20 trillion dollars, overall deficit of the U.S. which is 30 times more than that of Canadian national debt.
- Cincinnati Offers $70M of New-Money, Refunding Debt. Devitt, Caitlin // Bond Buyer;7/13/2010, Vol. 373 Issue 33348, p4
The article reports on the 70-million-dollar general obligation (GO) unlimited-tax debt acquired by Cincinnati government for capital projects in Ohio in 2010.
- A question of values in Spain. Caro, Julio Veloso // Lawyer;11/12/2012, p9
The article focuses on the creation of Sareb, a bank that will serve as the transfer point of all toxic real estate assets from Spanish financial entities. Topics include the discounting of Spanish bank assets, the ownership scheme of Sareb among private entities, and the decrease in value of...
- La Grande Crisi e i suoi effetti sull'Europa. CARLUCCI, FRANCESCO // Rivista di Studi Politici Internazionali;2011, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p489
We analyze the financial crisis that hit the world over the last years and we show its effects on the economies of European countries. First, we expose how the crisis began and why; we show the dominant themes and the concatenation of causes that have produced the crisis in the United States and...
- HOW THE CELTIC TIGER LOST ITS ROAR. Brown, John Murray // Prospect;Jan2011, Issue 178, p52
The article outlines the disorientation of Ireland in the European history. This is attributed to reckless bankers and covetous real estate developers. In response, the government plans to assume the worst property loans of the banks. Meanwhile, some analysts believe that the country is...
- No Banking on Brady. England, Robert Stowe // National Review;3/19/1990, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p41
Discusses the major debt relief strategy, the Brady Plan, and its application for the Third World countries. Design of the Brady plan to give debtor countries mark-downs in commercial bank debts and loans; Need for debtor countries to enact macroeconomics and free-market reforms; Failure of the...