National debt

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Clusterstock  Jul 21  Comment 
After months of relative silence from the candidates, the 2016 presidential campaign trail suddenly is alive with ideas – both substantive and frothy -- for addressing the long-term federal debt. And while the debt is not likely to dominate...
guardian.co.uk  Jul 11  Comment 
The chancellor of the exchequer claims he wants to double exports by 2020, but his budget gives little indication as to how that might happen Incomes per head in the west have grown by broadly 40 times over the past 250 years. Economic historians...
newratings.com  Jun 16  Comment 
STOCKHOLM (dpa-AFX) - The Swedish government downgraded its borrowing requirements for this year and next and raised its growth outlook. The National Debt Office said on Tuesday that net borrowing requirement would be reduced by increased tax...
Financial Times  Jun 12  Comment 
The commissioners’ mission has not been an unqualified success
BBC News  Jun 11  Comment 
Further cuts to government spending will be needed beyond this parliament in order to bring the national debt under control, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has warned.
guardian.co.uk  Jun 11  Comment 
Office for Budget Responsibility says that national debt would come down from its current 80% of GDP to 54% by the early 2030s and then start rising again The financial cost of Britain’s ageing population will require a fresh £20bn wave of...
guardian.co.uk  Jun 11  Comment 
Business department says that market conditions are favourable for a sale, which netted £750m for the goverment The UK government has sold half its 30% stake in Royal Mail for £750m and at a considerable premium to its share price when it was...
guardian.co.uk  Jun 10  Comment 
George Osborne announces plans for permanent budget surpluses designed to cut the national debt. Speaking during his annual Mansion House speech on Wednesday, the chancellor says he will introduce a 'new settlement' that will allow the government...
guardian.co.uk  Jun 9  Comment 
Chancellor will use Mansion House speech to outline new fiscal framework with aim of permanent budget surpluses and only ‘exceptional’ borrowing George Osborne is to announce a return to the public finances of the Victorian age, with plans...
Forbes  Jun 3  Comment 
After consecutive budget surpluses the last 4 years (1998-2001) of the Clinton administration, the U.S. was looking at a projected $6.7 trillion surplus over the next decade when George W. Bush came into office.




 
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