Global Banking News-May 21, 2015--Vietnam central bank to bring down bad debt ratio
01, it can be concluded that panel research regression model which composed of independent, control and dependent variables is a suitable model and independent and control changes can describe debt ratio
The first debt ratio
is your housing payment as a percentage of your gross income.
The worry here is that the GDP drop resulting from "austerity" might be so large that the debt ratio
So though Germany's official debt ratio
is about 80 per cent of its GDP, its ECB liabilities increase this debt ratio
to over 100 per cent of GDP.
The debts of the government, both foreign and domestic debts, have continued to increase since 2006 but not as fast as the economic growth, therefore, the debt ratio
to the country's GDP has been declining--to 26% by the end of 2006 from 47% a year before and 89% in 2000.
He also finds that firms have higher debt ratios
than their industry peers upon emerging from Chapter 11 but attributes this to an increase in the optimal debt ratio
during the Chapter 11 process rather than to the inability of firms to extinguish debt.
The report added that the enhanced HICP initiative cut the debt ratio
in half for 18 countries, but in eight of the countries in Africa the ratios have come to exceed, once again, the HIPC thresholds.
If one factors recession and disinflation into a budgetary equation that already has a probable 6 percent deficit and a debt ratio
above 100 percent among its terms, then one needs neither a spreadsheet nor even the back of an envelope to calculate that Italy's debt ratio
is going to explode upwards.
This paper extends the work of Barro (1979), Eisner (1992), Joines (1991) and others to examine the federal government debt's impact on economic growth and to test if an optimal debt ratio
exists that will maximize the economic growth rate.
Dixie's relatively high debt ratio
limits its financial flexibility.
For instance, having a debt ratio
of 20 points means your overall housing expenses account for 20% of your gross income.