Illinois Officials Near Agreement on $1 Billion Borrowing Plan
- Algiers pays off debts early. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;8/11/2006, Vol. 50 Issue 32, p28
The article reports on the bilateral agreements concluded by Algeria with creditor countries in August 2006. An agreement was signed by Algeria for an early repayment of its debt to Japan and a similar agreement will also be settled by the nation with Italy. Information on an agreement reached...
- Czech government goes for quick cash in Russian debt transfer deal. Johnstone, Chris // Prague Business Journal;10/15/2001, Vol. 6 Issue 41, p5
Reports the signing of agreement between Czech Republic and Russia for debt settlement. Assessment of the business relationships; Purchase of the governmental claims by the Falcon company; Development of business deal between Falcon Capital company and Russian government.
- Outsourcing - a better road to recovery. Maynard, Ken // Credit Management;Aug2003, p40
Focuses on the use of outsourcing to recover from debt in Great Britain. Growth of credit and collection services; Reduction of costs by external specialists.
- Time to review debt--cancellation & payment--suspension contracts. Jolly, Bruce // Credit Union Magazine;Jul2002, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p71
Provides information on the debt-cancellation and payment-suspension contracts. Types of loans protected by debt-cancelation and payment-suspension contracts; Benefits derived from using the contracts; Situations where in debt-cancellation charges may be excluded from the finance charge.
- INDUSTRY NEWS. // Emerging Markets Monitor;3/24/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 47, p4
Presents news briefs on business and finance, as of March 2003. Affirmation by the Standard & Poor's on its ratings on the Republic of Senegal; Agreement of the Paris Club of international creditors to reduce Mali's debt stock; Agreement signed by Brazil's National Bank with the Japan Bank for...
- Capital structure as optimal contracts. Chang, Chun // North American Journal of Economics & Finance;1999, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p363
Motivated by the existence of audited accounting income, this paper introduces observable income into an otherwise costly-state-verification model. It is shown that the optimal contract between the corporate insider and the outside investors can be interpreted as a combination of debt and...
- Celtic tiger wakes up with ï¿½150bn mortgage hangover. // Lending Strategy;Jun2009, p8
The article reports that mortgage debt in Ireland has reached ï¿½150 billion as a result of the Celtic tiger property boom. The entry notes that Ireland's cumulative mortgage debt outgrew the rest of the eurozone during the period between 2004 and 2006. The section cites that the number of...
- N.J. Court Kills Debt Challenge, Delays Ruling on Previous Deals. Braun, Martin Z. // Bond Buyer;8/22/2002, Vol. 241 Issue 31455, p5
Reports the constitutional challenge of New Jersey Supreme Court to the planned issuance of the state on the non-voter approved contract debt for school construction. Constitutionality of contract debt; Literal interpretation on the debt limitation clause; Arguments on the use of contract debt...
- Optimal Lending Contracts and Firm Dynamics. Albuquerque, Rui; Hopenhayn, Hugo A. // Review of Economic Studies;Apr2004, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p285
We develop a general model of lending in the presence of endogenous borrowing constraints. Borrowing constraints arise because borrowers face limited liability and debt repayment cannot be perfectly enforced. In the model, the dynamics of debt are closely linked with the dynamics of borrowing...