Debt



The Never-Ending Crisis of U.S. Regional Banks

Published by Julien Chevalier | Feb 6, 2024 | 10098

The banking crisis of spring 2023 was marked, first and foremost, by the failure of three US regional banks. These types of banks, which are all the more vulnerable to market conditions and are not systemic, are still experiencing financial difficulties that could lead to further bankruptcies.

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The New Creditors of Developing Countries

Published by Julien Chevalier | Jan 30, 2024 | 9044

For over half a century, Western financial institutions such as the IMF and the World Bank have played a decisive role in financing developing countries. Growing hostility to these institutions, and the structural reforms they require, have gradually enabled other states and organizations to assert...

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Threats to Refinancing of Private Debt

Published by Laurent Maurel | Nov 23, 2023 | 11838

Even if the situation regarding private debt is not problematic at the moment, 2024 is likely to be a very different story: the wall of private debt is much harder to break through than the wall of public debt. These U.S. debt risks are the main reasons why gold prices are so high. The closer we get...

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U.S. Companies Face the Debt Wall

Published by Laurent Maurel | Jun 23, 2023 | 8584

The U.S. debt crisis has been avoided, but the Treasury must urgently issue an avalanche of very short-term bonds to pay its bills. How much money does the U.S. government need? Initial estimates put the colossal figure at $550 billion, to be found immediately, starting this summer.

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