As problems in peripheral Europe dominated the headlines through the spring and summer of 2010, capital flowed into the government bonds of “core Europe”, including France. But does France deserve...
In an interview with Credit, economist Nouriel Roubini talks about the danger that sub-par US and European growth becomes entrenched, and offers his views on whether Ireland and other peripheral Eurozone...
Success or failure of the Eurozone hinges on Germany ‘laying down the law’, according to chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
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With banks cutting leverage, increasing capital and changing their funding models, they offer good value for credit investors.
Developed countries are facing up to large demographic imbalances as the baby boomer generation retires and pensioners live ever longer. As baby boomers leave employment and shift savings into new vehicles to fund their retirement, will credit benefit?...
William Cunningham, head of global credit strategies at State Street, believes private sector deleveraging and the rise in public sector borrowing will continue, to the benefit of corporate bond investors. He explains why policy risk is the biggest threat...
Action by governments and central banks around the world has sparked fears of currency and trade wars. Already, the fault lines between the emerging and developed worlds are at risk of being prized further apart. With skirmishes between nations likely...
Government debt levels in peripheral Europe mean restructurings cannot be avoided, economist Nouriel Roubini tells Credit magazine.
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