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NPR

Poll: Economists Unanimous That Debt Would Balloon Under GOP ...
NPR
A poll found that 38 economists agree the GOP tax plan will not pay for itself through growth. In fact, they're doubtful that growth will happen anyway.

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Stopping Debt Payments Could Worsen Venezuela's Crisis
Voice of America
Venezuela is struggling to pay back an estimated $150 billion in debt. The country's financial crisis only makes life worse for people like Luber Faneitte. Faneitte lives in a run-down building in downtown Caracas. She receives disability payments from ...

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USA TODAY

5 things you can do today to avoid holiday debt - USA Today
USA TODAY
Here are the top five tips you can implement now to prevent holiday debt.

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Bloomberg

Altice's Debt Diet Needs to be Stricter
Bloomberg
But the confidence shock has been dramatic, and expectations that the company can deliver growth to match its debt spree have been dented. Ratings company S&P Global Ratings cut its outlook on Altice to negative from stable on Thursday, warning that ...
S&P cuts outlook on Altice debtFinancial Times
Debt-ridden Altice looks to sell Dominican Republic network -FTNasdaq
Altice businesses on chopping block amid debt battleMobile World Live

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Bloomberg

OECD Warns on Rising Debt Risk as Canadians Most in the Red
Bloomberg
With the global economy showing its most even expansion since the financial crisis, debt levels and credit quality are among the risks that could trigger a downturn. Consumer debt tops 100 percent of gross domestic product in Canada, with South Korea ...
Canadian households lead the world in terms of debt: OECD - CBC.caCBC.ca
Canadians' Household Debt Tops All Other Countries In OECD ReportHuffington Post Canada
Canada's economic growth has come at a price — it's debt level is now highest in the developed worldFinancial Post
Macleans.ca -The Globe and Mail
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Debt Collector Lowell May IPO Despite Rival Cabot's Pulled Deal
Bloomberg
Cabot Credit Management, the U.K.'s biggest debt collector, scrapped its own London listing last week after struggling to generate sufficient investor demand at a targeted valuation of as much as 981 million pounds ($1.3 billion). Lowell is working on ...

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Greenville News

Greenville Health System, Palmetto Health want to refinance $1.5 billion in debt
Greenville News
South Carolina's largest healthcare conglomerate, a yet-to-be-named entity that includes Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health, wants to consolidate $1.5 billion in existing debt from nine hospitals as part of the new partnership between the ...



Wall Street Journal

Investors Have Gotten Too Complacent on China Debt
Wall Street Journal
It is well known that Chinese history is circular—dynasties rise and dynasties fall. So is commentary on the country's economy. In 2008, China was supposedly on the brink of collapse. In 2009, its farsighted stimulus program saved the world economy ...



CEE MARKETS-Debt sales draw robust demand, Hungarian yields set record lows
Kitco News
BUDAPEST, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Hungarian long-term government bonds traded at record low yields on Thursday after their first auction since the central bank announced measures to push yields lower. Debt auctions in Prague and Warsaw also drew robust ...

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Kokomo Perspective

FTC halts abusive debt collection operation
Kokomo Perspective
You have the right to be treated fairly by debt collectors. Under federal law, they can't use abusive, deceptive or unfair practices to collect from you. But not all debt collectors play by the rules. In fact, at the FTC's request, a federal court ...


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