Angola Plans Debut $1.5B Sovereign Debt Sale

Angola Plans Debut .5B Sovereign Debt Sale
Angola is planning to make its debut on global debt markets as early as this week, six years after officials in the West African country first mooted the idea of raising money through the sale of sovereign debt. Luanda's bond issuance, expected to …
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Who Benefits From Sovereign Debt Crises? (1/5)
Not so the international system for sovereign debt. So explains economist Jayati Ghosh. Country by country, decade by decade, elected governments hit by sovereign debt crises like those in Greece, Argentina, the Ukraine, have found out what this gap in …
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Aussie sovereign debt loses its appeal to offshore investors
Non-resident investors bought $ 1.2 billion of long-term government debt in the second quarter, the smallest purchases in three years. Jeffrey Chan. by Candice Zachariahs. Australia's bond market is losing a once-reliable support as developing nations' …
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Who Benefits From Sovereign Debt Crises? (3/5)
In part one of this series we reported that a principled approach to sovereign debt restructuring is now backed by the political weight of a UN General Assembly resolution, and we opened a conversation on the issue with our guest, economist Jayati Ghosh.
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