Opinion/Debt management

Three strikes and you’re out

Central Banking | 08 Aug 2011

Standard and Poor’s downgrade of US debt is just one of a handful of errors made by credit rating agencies, writes Robert Aliber

Topics: United States, Dollar, US Treasury, Federal reserve, Ratings agencies


European monetary fund won't pay

Central Banking | 15 Mar 2010

Topics: Eurozone, IMF

How Africa’s bond markets can continue to progress

Central Banking | 17 Feb 2010

Topics: Ghana, Africa, Kenya, Zambia, Nigeria, Uganda, Namibia, Tanzania, Botswana, Angola, Mozambique

Eurozone may need to rethink strategy on Greece

Central Banking | 17 Dec 2009

Topics: European Central Bank, Eurozone, Greece

Rating agencies: regulate or downgrade?

Central Banking | 23 Jun 2009

Topics: Czech Republic, Czech National Bank, Ratings, Ratings agencies

HKMA's Yam on renminbi bonds

Central Banking | 27 Jun 2007

Topics: Hong Kong, Joseph Yam

How a free debt manager will free Indian cb

Central Banking | 08 Mar 2007

Topics: India

Bond curve inversion no longer signals recession

Central Banking | 20 Nov 2006

Topics: International, Recession

Comment: Transparency in EU bond markets

Central Banking | 27 Jul 2006

Topics: International

Comment: Central bank governance

Central Banking | 25 Jul 2006

Topics: International

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