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The Fed did. Almost everyone has done it. Even China has still nibbled. Here’s who owns this monstrous US $ 28.1 trillion national debt. Through Wolf Richter for LOUP STREET. The U.S. national debt has been in the making for decades, and then rose further when tax cuts took effect in 2018 during the good …

Crisil has released mutual fund rankings for the quarter ended March across all categories. On The Mutual Fund Show this week, the rating and research firm discussed some of the top performers in bank and PSU debt, dynamic bonds, mid-term and low-term funds. Bank and power supply The category saw an influx of Rs 39,426 …

Text size Dreamstime.com AT&T mega-chord with Discovery Investors should be reminded of one important thing: even with rates close to zero, you can have too much debt. The telecommunications giant announced Monday that it would combine its content business with that of Discovery (ticker: DISCA). This will leave AT&T with a more focused and streamlined …

(PNAFAN – NewsIn.Asia) Nairobi, May 19 (Xinhua) – US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s recent virtual trip to Africa turned out to be yet another political maneuver to smear China and undermine nascent Sino-African cooperation. Using the same ploy inherited from his predecessors, Blinken touted the old cliché of the “Chinese debt trap,” attempting to …

BOGOTA, Sept.11 (Reuters) – Colombian public debt could climb the equivalent of 10% of gross domestic product this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the country’s comptroller said on Friday, warning that this could affect efforts to reduction of poverty and unemployment. Gross public debt at the end of 2019 was 607.3 trillion pesos, or …

Fitch Ratings warns of rising Indian debt

On Wednesday, Fitch Ratings hinted that the countercyclical budget support for India’s nascent economic recovery in the FY22 budget could lead to an increase in public debt, which can be viewed negatively from the point of view of view of the sovereign rating, while maintaining that higher public spending supporting the recovery in the short …

Remember when the public debt was unsustainable? The Liberal Party certainly does this because it has been its mantra for over a quarter of a century. In 1997, Peter Costello told parliament on the “unsustainable debt position” inherited from Labor. When the Rudd government embarked on its stimulus spending during GFC, public debt became unsustainable …

Senate Republicans will introduce legislation on Thursday that allows state and local governments to reallocate federal government grants they receive to pay off growing national debt. In particular, the bill would ensure that democratic-led blue states do not end up receiving federal funds that the red states rejected. GOP Meaning. Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming and …