Arizona RepublicFact Check: National debt vs. the US economy
A news release on April 26, 2013, from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis stated the first-quarter 2013 GDP was $16.01 trillion. Using these numbers, Walter is correct. National debt at the end of March 2013 was larger than the nation's economic ...
Christian Science MonitorNational debt will exceed entire annual US output by 2039, CBO projects
Christian Science Monitor
Washington — Americans, your government is getting larger, and the debt you shoulder as taxpayers is going up. That's the message embedded in the latest “Long-Term Budget Outlook” reported annually by the Congressional Budget Office. The CBO slices ...
Federal Debt to Reach 106% of Economy in 2039, CBO Says
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CBO says US debt to exceed GDP in two decades
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- Our skyrocketing national debt
On July 30, 2014 Rep. Mike Coffman of Colorado asked for and was granted permission to address the United States House of Representatives for one minute regarding the following about our nation's unconscionable debt:”Mr. Speaker, on January 20, 2009, ...
- Summer 2014: Who Really Owns the US National Debt?
Even though the Federal Reserve has been reducing its purchases of U.S. government-issued debt securities since the beginning of 2014, as of 28 May 2014, it has boosted its net holdings of the federal government's liabilities by $148.8 billion ...
The GuardianArgentina's government blames 'conspiracy' for defaulting on debt
"Argentinians can remain calm because tomorrow will just be another day and the world will keep on spinning." Markets appeared to disagree, with Argentina's Merval share index falling almost 7% on Thursday and the peso down more than 4% against the ...
Argentina defaults on debt
Argentina Debt Dilemma Spotlights Knotted World of Default Swaps
Argentina blames US mediator for debt default
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The GuardianArgentina defaults as debt talks break down
At a dramatic press conference in New York on Wednesday night, Argentinian finance minister Axel Kicillof declared that Argentina would not be held to ransom by the holdout bondholders, who are demanding to be paid in full on debt which the country ...
USA TODAYDow tanks on Argentina debt default, other fears
Financial markets went into a tailspin Thursday after Argentina defaulted on its debt, raising fears among skittish investors already fretting about weak corporate earnings growth, rising interest rates and an aging bull market. Argentina's blue chip ...
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