Canada’s federal deficit has skyrocketed since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. How will Ottawa pay back the money its borrowed?
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Canada's federal deficit has ballooned as Ottawa spends billions in response to the coronavirus pandemic. An economist explains why the massive spending will not harm Canadians in the future.
The Australian government was put on notice about its credit rating last year.
AAP/ Justin Lane
Robust credit ratings agencies are vital for the Australian economy, as the repercussions of their decisions are felt far and wide.
if you like to drink (or sell) German beer, higher rates are a wonderful thing.
Matthias Schrader/AP Photo
While borrowers may not be thrilled by the Federal Reserve's decision to raise rates, many of us have plenty of reason to celebrate.
The Fed building in New York: just a nice facade?
Market speculation on whether the Fed will raise rates is reaching fever pitch, but the central bank no longer has the pull it once did.
The sour face means the Fed must be about to raise rates.
Whenever speculation grew louder that the Federal Reserve would lift its target interest rate this year, stocks took a dive. Here's why.
Ed to Ed.
Ed Miliband is trying to wrestle back the political initiative in Manchester. The leader of the opposition must avoid becoming mired in deeply complex constitutional questions of devolution at his party’s…
Servicing the current level of public gross debt is not a problem for Australia.
Image sourced from www.shutterstock.com
There continues to be a great debate around Australia’s fiscal position. Yet, budget deficits are, in fact, a natural outcome of the business cycle. In a policy brief, co-authored by myself and colleagues…