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Zero Hedge
Gold Investment "Compelling" As Fed May "Kill The Business Cycle"trillion in the first quarter – that’s 327% of world GDP. But let’s not stop t
Zero Hedge / Posted 20 hours ago
trillion in the first quarter – that’s 327% of world GDP. But let’s not stop there. According to the highly-respected Institute of International Finance (IIF), total global debt levels reached an astronomical $217 trillion in the first... Read more
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WA Today
10 cities tell the tale of China's spreading real-estate risktheir room for manoeuvre should income growth stall, according to recent resear
WA Today / Posted yesterday
their room for manoeuvre should income growth stall, according to recent research by Gene Ma, chief China economist at the Institute of International Finance in Washington. In general, it's debt that's the warning sign. As developers and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Janet Yellen pulls trigger to reverse QE but we're now in uncharted waterselephant in the room remains the risk that bond markets are underestimating the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
elephant in the room remains the risk that bond markets are underestimating the pace of Fed tightening ahead," says the Institute of International Finance. "Yet credit spreads still reflect little concern, while stock market valuations continue... Read more
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The Age
Janet Yellen pulls trigger to reverse QE but we're now in uncharted waterselephant in the room remains the risk that bond markets are underestimating the
The Age / Posted yesterday
elephant in the room remains the risk that bond markets are underestimating the pace of Fed tightening ahead," says the Institute of International Finance. "Yet credit spreads still reflect little concern, while stock market valuations continue... Read more
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The Age
10 cities tell the tale of China's spreading real-estate risktheir room for manoeuvre should income growth stall, according to recent resear
The Age / Posted yesterday
their room for manoeuvre should income growth stall, according to recent research by Gene Ma, chief China economist at the Institute of International Finance in Washington. In general, it's debt that's the warning sign. As developers and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
10 cities tell the tale of China's spreading real-estate risktheir room for manoeuvre should income growth stall, according to recent resear
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
their room for manoeuvre should income growth stall, according to recent research by Gene Ma, chief China economist at the Institute of International Finance in Washington. In general, it's debt that's the warning sign. As developers and... Read more
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Gulf News
Saudi privatisation slowdown could hit diversificationas defence procurement could stimulate activity, but will take time,” said Garb
Gulf News / Posted 5 days ago
as defence procurement could stimulate activity, but will take time,” said Garbis Iradian, chief economist at the Mena of Institute of International Finance (IIF).To stimulate the private sector, improve productivity and reduce the fiscal burden... Read more
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Gulf News
Saudi fiscal situation improving amid spending curbs, subsidy reformscent of GDP in 2016 to 10 per cent of GDP in 2017 and 1 per cent by 2020,” said
Gulf News / Posted 5 days ago
cent of GDP in 2016 to 10 per cent of GDP in 2017 and 1 per cent by 2020,” said Garbis Iradian, Mena chief economist at the Institute of International Finance (IIF).The increase in fiscal oil revenues in the first half of 2017 was higher by about 70... Read more
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Swissinfo
Rich People From These Nations Hide the Most Offshore Wealth (Correct)cell phone plans and generic medicines in America – rather than a genuine chang
Swissinfo / Posted 6 days ago
cell phone plans and generic medicines in America – rather than a genuine change in trend inflation, researchers at The Institute of International Finance write in a note. “The`signal-to-noise’ ratio in core inflation has deteriorated on both... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bank of America Stumbles On A $51 Trillion ProblemAt the end of June, the Institute of International Finance delivered a troublin
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 days ago
At the end of June, the Institute of International Finance delivered a troubling verdict: in a period of so-called "coordinated growth", total global debt (including financial) hit a new all time high of $217 trillion in 2017, over 327% of global... Read more
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Swissinfo
Rich People From These Nations Hide the Most Offshore Wealthcell phone plans and generic medicines in America – rather than a genuine chang
Swissinfo / Posted 10 days ago
cell phone plans and generic medicines in America – rather than a genuine change in trend inflation, researchers at The Institute of International Finance write in a note. “The`signal-to-noise’ ratio in core inflation has deteriorated on both... Read more
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EuroNews
Venezuela's Maduro seeks debt negotiations after U.S. sanctionspaying in a different currency was an option his government wanted to discuss w
EuroNews / Posted 13 days ago
paying in a different currency was an option his government wanted to discuss with bondholders. The Washington-based Institute of International Finance, which represents large banks and financial institutions, said it was advising a group of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
BRICS Xiamen Summit Doomed By Centrifugal Economicsflows into high-risk (high-return) emerging markets and notwithstanding soaring
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
flows into high-risk (high-return) emerging markets and notwithstanding soaring overall indebtedness. In June, the Institute of International Finance announced that global debt has reached $217 trillion (327% of world GDP), up from $86... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
BRICS is Being Battered by Global Crises - Why This Might Not Be a Bad Thingthe country's vast debt. Over borrowing by companies, states and households re
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
the country's vast debt. Over borrowing by companies, states and households represents a global crisis in the making. The Institute of International Finance has just reported that world debt is now USD$217 trillion (327% of world GDP), up from... Read more
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Eye Witness News
[OPINION] It may not be a bad thing that BRICS is being batteredthe country’s vast debt. Over borrowing by companies, states and households re
Eye Witness News / Posted 21 days ago
the country’s vast debt. Over borrowing by companies, states and households represents a global crisis in the making. The Institute of International Finance has just reported that world debt is now USD$217 trillion (327% of world GDP), up from... Read more
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EuroNews
Lebanon embarks on long-delayed reforms but debt problems mountsays the proposed increases would undermine growth. Garbis Iradian, chief Middl
EuroNews / Posted 23 days ago
says the proposed increases would undermine growth. Garbis Iradian, chief Middle East and North Africa economist for the Institute of International Finance, a global association of financial institutions, said the increases might result in some... Read more
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Reuters
Lebanon embarks on long-delayed reforms but debt problems mountsays the proposed increases would undermine growth. Garbis Iradian, chief Midd
Reuters / Posted 23 days ago
says the proposed increases would undermine growth. Garbis Iradian, chief Middle East and North Africa economist for the Institute of International Finance, a global association of financial institutions, said the increases might result in some... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
A major factor underpinning the rally in emerging markets could be coming to an endmarket (EM) economies are starting to slow down after a strong start to the yea
Business Insider Australia / Posted 24 days ago
market (EM) economies are starting to slow down after a strong start to the year, according to new research released Institute of International Finance (IIF). And that could have ramifications for EM stocks and bonds in the period... Read more
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Gulf News
Qatar faces lower growth as economic sanctions likely to remain for longerthe government’s liquid assets were to fallsubstantially, we could also lower t
Gulf News / Posted 25 days ago
the government’s liquid assets were to fallsubstantially, we could also lower the ratings,” said S&P’s Young.According to Institute of International Finance (IIF), a Washington headquartered global association of the financial services industry,... Read more
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EuroNews
Caution may be creeping in to emerging markets - IIF– Investor caution may be starting to creep into emerging markets following a b
EuroNews / Posted 28 days ago
– Investor caution may be starting to creep into emerging markets following a blistering rally so far this year, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) said on Thursday. A combination of increasing global growth, low interest rates and... Read more
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Reuters
Caution may be creeping in to emerging markets: IIF- Investor caution may be starting to creep into emerging markets following a b
Reuters / Posted 28 days ago
- Investor caution may be starting to creep into emerging markets following a blistering rally so far this year, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) said on Thursday. A combination of increasing global growth, low interest rates and... Read more
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Reuters
Emerging economies await end to ECB largesse with record euro debtfor another 42 billion euros, while Brazil and Mexico had 39 billion and 74 bil
Reuters / Posted a month ago
for another 42 billion euros, while Brazil and Mexico had 39 billion and 74 billion respectively. Analysis from the Institute of International Finance supports that view. It estimates $200-$300 billion flowed to emerging stocks and bonds... Read more
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Business Insider
The US just fired the first shot in a trade war with Chinamind them, and never mind any of that. And then there's what a trade war would
Business Insider / Posted 1 months ago
mind them, and never mind any of that. And then there's what a trade war would do to the cost of things Americans buy. The Institute of International Finance touched on this in a recent paper: "A trade war between US and China will hurt not only... Read more
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Business Insider
Steve Bannon will crash our economy if no one stops himmind them, and never mind any of that. And then there's what a trade war would
Business Insider / Posted 1 months ago
mind them, and never mind any of that. And then there's what a trade war would do to the cost of things Americans buy. The Institute of International Finance touched on this in a recent paper: A trade war between US and China will hurt not only... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
In light of Bannon's interview, revisit China's clearest warning to Trump since his electionfor the good to protect our national or our legit national interests but we alw
Stamford Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
for the good to protect our national or our legit national interests but we always try our best for the good," he said. Institute of International FinanceThe good would be continuing the deep trading relationships between China and the US. Over... Read more
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Connecticut Post
In light of Bannon's interview, revisit China's clearest warning to Trump since his electionfor the good to protect our national or our legit national interests but we alw
Connecticut Post / Posted 1 months ago
for the good to protect our national or our legit national interests but we always try our best for the good," he said. Institute of International FinanceThe good would be continuing the deep trading relationships between China and the US. Over... Read more
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Business Insider
In light of Bannon's interview, revisit China's clearest warning to Trump since his electionas fast as its exports to the US and three times as fast as China's total expor
Business Insider / Posted 1 months ago
as fast as its exports to the US and three times as fast as China's total exports, according to a recent paper from the Institute of International Finance. So if things get bad it really matters to the US, and especially to Trump's own voting... Read more
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