Key Charts - Size and Structure

World Cup Semifinalists: Germany has the Winning Economic Strategy for Other Semifinalists
  • Europe’s bond market is larger than that of Latin America, as measured in total dollars. Argentina has had exceedingly high inflation - as high as 30 percent per annum during the “Argentine great depression,” which caused the government to default on $132 billion in 2002.

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Sources: World Bank World Development Indicators (July 2014), Bloomberg, Milken Institute

World Cup Semifinalists: Germany has the Winning Economic Strategy for Other Semifinalists

China Sneezes and the World Catches Cold
Deposits, Confidence Seep Out of Greek Banks
Asia Offshore Borrowing
Spain Looks to Fix its Real Estate Lending
Community Banks: Defying the Trend
U.S. Banks Squeezed by Interest Rate Disparity
Latin America’s Position in Global Leverage
Breaking Tradition: Euro Area Moves Toward Bonds
A Snapshot of Chinese Debt
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