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Opinion: Here's a way for you to get a better handle on debt
MarketWatch
Imagine you want to buy a furniture set and a vacation. Which one would you be more willing to go into debt for? If you're like most people, you probably think you're more likely to borrow for the set of furniture. It's practical, long-lasting, and ...



Sky News

UK borrowing up on inflation-linked debt cost
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The rise in borrowing was driven largely by the cost of servicing inflation-linked government debt, which stood at GBP21.6 billion in the April-July period, GBP4 billion higher than in the corresponding period last year. In July itself, the cost of ...
Britain's books back in black but debt interest payments soarSky News

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Washington Post

McConnell says there is 'zero chance' Congress will fail to raise debt ceiling
Washington Post
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Monday that there was “zero chance — no chance” Congress would fail to raise the debt ceiling by late September, although he offered no clues about how he hoped to persuade lawmakers to back such a ...
McConnell: There's 'Zero Chance' That Congress Fails to Raise Debt LimitNew York Magazine
Mitch McConnell: 'Zero chance' US fails to raise the debt ceilingCNBC
McConnell and Mnuchin Predict Congress Will Raise the Debt CeilingBloomberg
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New York Times

A Birkin Bag in the Box Is Worth a Lifetime of Debt
New York Times
Jordan Tabach-Bank, an owner of the Beverly Loan Company, in his shop in Beverly Hills, Calif. He favors Birkin bags, here, for their high resale value. Credit Kendrick Brinson for The New York Times. After she lost her job, Angela Rivers found herself ...



CNBC

BHP misses on profit, dividend; focuses on paying down debt
CNBC
Global mining giant BHP Billiton posted a more than a five-fold rise in annual underlying profit on Tuesday to $6.7 billion on the back of a recovery in industrial commodities markets, but missed analysts' forecasts. BHP tripled its final dividend to ...
BHP misses annual profit forecast; focus on paying down debtNasdaq

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New York Times

Mnuchin pushes clean debt ceiling increase in latest plea for 'prompt' Congressional action
Fox Business
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin addressed the urgent need for lawmakers to raise the debt limit promptly when they return from recess during a speech in Kentucky on Monday, strongly communicating his proclivity for a “clean” bill passed without ...
Louise Linton's Couture Draws Ire on Instagram, and She Lashes BackNew York Times
Treasury secretary's wife boasts of travel on government plane, touts Hermes and Valentino fashionWashington Post

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Seeking Alpha

Emerging Markets: Is It Worth Holding The Debt?
Seeking Alpha
In this article, I will explain why I remain cautiously optimistic regarding emerging markets debt. The beginning of 2017 was a strong start for emerging markets. The Institute of International Finance (IIF) reported a 25% rise in the inflows into ...



Reuters

China has more room to tackle debt - if it wants to
Reuters
HONG KONG/BANGALORE (Reuters) - Rising corporate profits are providing Chinese policymakers with room to do more to tackle the country's growing debt problems without inflicting major damage on the economy. Profits are increasing even though ...
Korean War Threat Fades as China Debt Fears ResurfaceThe Diplomat
China's 'dangerous' debt boom could end badly for allThe Australian

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Constitution Daily (blog)

Can a President invoke the 14th Amendment to raise the debt ceiling?
Constitution Daily (blog)
Back in 2013, an obscure constitutional debate about presidential powers and the debt ceiling received considerable attention. But as a new debt deadline nears in a deadlocked Washington, the 14th Amendment could come back in play in late September.



Bloomberg

Fed's Big Bond Unwind May Clobber US Stocks, Corporate Debt
Bloomberg
A week after that, strategists at Morgan Stanley separately warned that investors are underestimating the trouble that the Fed's plans could bring to corporate debt markets. Money managers don't seem alarmed so far. Stocks have gained 10 percent this ...

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