UFXMarkets *Euro Bailout Fund & Currency Trading News* 23-October-2011

Hi, I’m Nathalie Woods and this is your UFX Markets Week in Review. Today, we will cover some of the major events of the past week and discuss how they impact the global currency markets. European finance ministers met last Friday, followed by a meeting of ministers from all 27 European Union countries on Saturday. […]

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U.S. Debt – How Bad is it for Investors – is Debt a Problem for the U.S.? American Debt

Hi I’m Jimmy in this video. We’re going to look at the debt of the United States both debt held by individuals and debt held by the U.S. government. Ultimately our goal is to try to determine if we think that this enormous debt load of the United States. We’re going to try to determine […]

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#AskIvo: Is China’s Investment in Africa a Debt Trap?

Hi, I’m Ivo Daalder, president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. This is #AskIvo, a series where you get to ask me questions about global issues of concern to you. The question today comes from Apoorva Shetty. She asks, “What is your view on China’s extensive investment in Africa? Debt trap or road to […]

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China Secretly Cancels Cameroon’s Debt | Belt and Road Infrastructure | China Uncensored

China has just forgiven a chunk of Cameroon’s debt. Normally, that’d be something to brag about. Except China kept it a secret. Why is China keeping quiet about writing off Cameroon’s debt? Welcome back to China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell. Debt relief. When a country lets another country off the hook for paying back loans. […]

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What Is a Value-Add Real Estate Investment?

(bright upbeat music) We’re going to use a simple frame to break down what we believe should be prevalent in a value-add investment opportunity. So starting with location. The location of value-add investments should be institutional in terms of, is liquidity provided? We take this very seriously at Origin, that’s why we only target 11 […]

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Why investors are abandoning triple-C debt | Charts that Count

If the US Federal Reserve decides to lower interest rates at its next meeting, what will that mean for corporate debt? So many people think that at the next meeting the Fed is going to lower interest rates because they think that they’re going to see signs of economic slowdown. And lowering interest rates gives […]

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