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Lockyer warns California may miss budget revenue targets
Government debt levels in peripheral Europe mean restructurings cannot be avoided, economist Nouriel Roubini tells Credit magazine.
Private sector calls on Australian government to underwrite payments for PPP projects
Politicians have recently expressed alarm at a cross-currency swap conducted between Greece and Goldman Sachs in 2001, which allowed the sovereign to reduce the debt it reported in its public accounts. But other examples now coming to light show the…
Reforming state pensions is a top priority in Europe as governments attempt to plug huge deficits exacerbated by the global financial crisis. Andrew Sheen examines the current state of European pensions
The US Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra) has launched an investigation into financial institutions' underwriting derivatives contracts used by US municipals to finance debt at lower costs.
The municipal bond market in the US is still largely in a state of disarray, well over a year after the collapse of the auction rate securities (ARS) sector, though signs of recovery are visible in the fixed-rated debt market, congressmen have heard.
Sovereign bond sales will increase significantly this year