Samedi 8 avril. L’inflation accélère au plus haut de 5 ans les dépêches, la dette globale est à 215 trillions en hausse de 7,6 trillions en 2016!

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“Global debt rose to 325% of the world’s gross domestic product in 2016, totalling $215 trillion, an Institute for International Finance report released… showed, boosted by the rapid growth of issuance in emerging markets.

Global debt grew by $7.6 trillion in 2016 compared with the prior year. Issuance rose from 320% of GDP in 2015. Emerging market debt saw a ‘spectacular rise’ to $55 trillion outstanding in 2016, equal to 215% of their GDP. This was driven mostly by non-financial corporate debt, the report said. Emerging markets have raised nearly $40 trillion of new debt between 2006 and 2016, a significant acceleration from the roughly $9 trillion added between 1996 and 2006…

Global debt has risen more than $70 trillion in the last decade to a record high for debt issuance… Developed market countries accounted for $160 trillion, the lion’s share of global debt, reaching… 390% of those markets’ combined GDP. The report found that the $32 trillion increase in developed market debt had been driven largely by governments, with U.S. and UK public sector debt having more than doubled since 2006.”

April 5 – Bloomberg (Fergal O’Brien): “Inflation across Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development member nations is accelerating, with the average reaching the fastest in five years in February. The increase was driven by energy prices, where the year-on-year change jumped to 11.1% from 8.5%, and food. Among the OECD’s biggest economies, the fastest inflation was in the U.S…”

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