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Euro area credit ratings under pressure from fiscal challenges

Reform-minded governments must make adjustments
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British budget debacle helping guide ECB thinking

British budget debacle helping guide ECB thinking

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Bank of England action possible template for nascent euro area quantitative tightening
UK Treasury faces steep price for quantitative easing policy

UK Treasury faces steep price for quantitative easing policy

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Taking profits and losses of QE means Exchequer may have to pay £130bn bill
Flight to safety versus fight for returns

Flight to safety versus fight for returns

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After 2021’s boom comes 2022’s bust, leaving global public funds looking for alternatives and safe havens
EU should brace for further lawsuits over funding

EU should brace for further lawsuits over funding

German constitutional court ruling paves way for more borrowing
How to manage Bank of England and Treasury

How to manage Bank of England and Treasury

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Another legacy of Truss demise: debate on UK economic governance in election run-up
Sovereigns need to show more ambition with ESG bond frameworks

Sovereigns need to show more ambition with ESG bond frameworks

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Use of proceeds should fit into a wider transition plan
CEE sovereign debt outlook positive despite rising borrowing costs

CEE sovereign debt outlook positive despite rising borrowing costs

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High costs present ‘attractive opportunity’
Italy’s Meloni, unlike Truss, learning from history, opts for ‘stability-first’

Italy’s Meloni, unlike Truss, learning from history, opts for ‘stability-first’

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Economic resilience as Rome’s debt ratio falls and EU funding starts to flow
Frontier economies require new approach to sustainable debt

Frontier economies require new approach to sustainable debt

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Redistribution of unused SDR allocations could be key
Ukraine reconstruction requires private and public sector support

Ukraine reconstruction requires private and public sector support

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Building back better and greener is the priority
How the UK can avoid a debt crisis

How the UK can avoid a debt crisis

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Fiscal considerations are becoming an increasing force in monetary decisions
Greece’s green bond plans are positive but liquidity will be an issue

Greece’s green bond plans are positive but liquidity will be an issue

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Issuance another milestone in the country’s return to capital markets
Governments must accept losses on central bank balance sheets

Governments must accept losses on central bank balance sheets

Banca d’Italia Governor Ignazio Visco discusses the challenges ahead for Italy and Europe
Growing geopolitical problem for debt managers

Growing geopolitical problem for debt managers

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Rising spreads for CEE countries pose questions over possible ECB action

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