More than 100 investors from the US, Europe, Asia and the Mideast had already taken part in an investor roadshow
Reliance on international financing is a big shift for the country, which has seen its finances severely affected by low oil prices
The IMF has yet to decide whether to participate in a third international bailout Greece signed up to in mid-2015
State-owned property developer was at the centre of Dubai’s debt crisis in 2009
Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek welcomes retaining credit rating at BBB- as 'phenomenal'
Brazil is suffering its worst recession since the 1930s with Games organizers struggling for cash and racing to finish venues days before the start
Gulf countries like Qatar largely do not have bankruptcy laws, leaving laid-off workers on the hook for huge outstanding sums
Egypt’s Central Bank Governor Tarek Amer said on Saturday that devaluing the Egyptian pound had attracted foreign investment worth $500 million
Many are borrowing enormous sums from local banks to finance lifestyles they cannot afford, according to a study by Qatar University
Greece and its creditors were involved in "intense talks" over the weekend to agree a new bailout
Greek banks are set to keep broad cash controls in place for months
Greece's parliament approved a government package of economic reforms
Jordan's gross domestic and foreign debt rose 1.2 percent compared with the end of 2014
French Finance Minister Michel Sapin says ‘we will not annul’ Greece’s debt
Kurdish officials led by the deputy prime minister were in London last week holding private talks with fixed-income accounts
The write off was done in line with an order issued by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah
The agreement addresses one of the UAE's last big debt hangovers from the global financial crisis
Debt is being rolled over for five years at a 1 percent annual interest rate
The restructuring plan states Dubai World would fully repay creditors by selling assets it bought at peak prices in 2006-07
Emirate borrowed money during financial crisis; debt is due to mature next month
The United States runs budget deficits in a peculiar way. Congress and the president authorize spending
The United States’ public debt has reached more than $17 trillion for the first time in history. This is more than 25 times the public debt of ...
Egypt hopes to start repaying debts to oil firms within two months, a top state executive said on Monday while adding his firm was still in talks with ...
Qatar has agreed to provide $150 million in debt relief to the Palestinian Authority. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced on Monday, as talks ...
After their devastating defeat and humiliating surrender in the fight over the government shutdown and debt ceiling, many Republicans, instead of ...
Tea Party favorites Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin and Larry Klayman spent most of last week bashing Muslims and introducing the “Quran” ...
The central bank of Saudi Arabia, one of the world’s top holders of U.S. government bonds, said on Saturday it was not worried by the political ...
President Barack Obama on Saturday urged the U.S. Congress to approve a budget to keep the government open after October 1, and raise the debt ceiling ...
Ratings agency Moody’s cuts its sovereign grade for Jordan by two notches Wednesday, saying government finances had weakened sharply in the past ...
Indebted telecom operator Zain Saudi has received government approval to defer payment of license-related fees that could total around $1.49 billion ...
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