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Great Graphic: China's Debt Estimates Vary

February 13, 2013
This Great Graphic comes from the Wall Street Journal's News Graphics.  It shows a broad range of estimates for Chinese debt.  The bank and economic research firm's estimates include local government debt and apparently the IMF's estimate does not.  
However, that would suggest that local government debt is almost twice as large as th…
Great Graphic: China's Debt Estimates Vary Great Graphic:  China's Debt Estimates Vary Reviewed by Marc Chandler on February 13, 2013 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: Spain Woes Continue

December 13, 2012
The Greek bond buy-back, the machinations of Italian politics and the European agreement on bank supervision all seem to have pushed Spain out of the limelight. Yet the economic situation is does not appear to be stabilizing and it will likely return to center stage early next year.
This Great Graphic is was posted on Quartz and comes from a surve…
Great Graphic: Spain Woes Continue Great Graphic:  Spain Woes Continue Reviewed by Marc Chandler on December 13, 2012 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: Trajectory of Greek Debt

November 29, 2012
This Great Graphic comes from Bruegel.   It shows the trajectory of the Greece's debt to GDP ration over until 2030 under different scenarios, drawing on some of the components from the agreement struck at the start of the week.  
The details have been sparse at best and the deal itself will not be finalized for a couple of weeks (Dec 13).  T…
Great Graphic: Trajectory of Greek Debt Great Graphic:  Trajectory of Greek Debt Reviewed by Marc Chandler on November 29, 2012 Rating: 5
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US Consumer Credit: Deleveraging Continues, but...

November 28, 2012
The Federal Reserve issued the quarterly consumer credit report late yesterday.  The four-year downtrend in aggregate consumer debt continued, falling another $74 bln in Q3 to $11.31 trillion.  This is a 0.7% decline over the quarter.  At the end of Q3, US consumer debt was $1.37 trillion below  the peak in Q3 2008. 
Mortgage debt is the largest …
US Consumer Credit: Deleveraging Continues, but... US Consumer Credit:  Deleveraging Continues, but... Reviewed by Marc Chandler on November 28, 2012 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: Debt Crises

October 19, 2012
This Great Graphic comes from the FT Alphaville's Joseph Colterill's post on Cyprus.  The data itself is from the IMF.  It provides some useful metric of a number of large banking crisis since 1970.  The US and European banking crises are not included.  
What stands out to me is the frequency and cost.   The costs, as depicted here, are i…
Great Graphic: Debt Crises Great Graphic: Debt Crises Reviewed by Marc Chandler on October 19, 2012 Rating: 5
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