The year 2008 proved to be a landmark in Europe’s economic meltdown, a year in which policy makers began to realise the true losses on loans advanced by banks across peripheral Europe. 916 more words
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By Bernard Wainaina
Can international sovereign bonds change the way African governments manage public funds and stem
or end corruption?
The answer is yes and no. 607 more words
- Long-dated US sovereign bonds have arisen as one of this year’s strongest performing assets, eclipsing gains in the benchmark S&P 500 stock index and commodities including oil and gold. 24 more words
For the better part of two years, Argentina has been a byword for bad government finances. And investors have bet that it was the country most likely to default on its debt. 319 more words