Non-performing loans are a lot higher in Henan province than the official national statistics would have us believe.
The default of a state-owned provincial investment vehicle reflects a changing paradigm in China’s debt markets. But how long will the authorities remain on the sidelines?
The IMF’s latest report warns that the global financial system hasn’t yet fully learned the lessons of 2009.
Tracking the global market reaction to Turkey’s currency crisis with one overriding question in mind: How big is the contagion threat?
A spike in bilateral and commercial lending have some worried that Kenya may go the route of Sri Lanka and cede a geopolitical asset to China over unpayable debts.
In spite of its geopolitical gifts, financial crisis may once again be thwarting Argentina’s regional ambitions.
The Bank of International Settlements has warned of unsustainable debt growth in China, Canada, and Hong Kong.
The International Monetary Fund is still worried about debt levels in China’s financial system.
Moscow has thrown Venezuela a financial lifeline, but is it merely delaying the inevitable default?
The people of Argentina are facing their second debt default in just 13 years, but there’s reason to believe that this one won’t be as economically painful as the last.