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Posted on 18 February 2020 by Constantin Gurdgiev, TrueEconomics.Blogspot.in From True Economics 07 February 2020This post highlights some great charts on real economic debt from the Institute of International Finance (IIF) with my highlighting of the BRICS economies.Please share this article - Go to very top of page, right hand side, for social media buttons.First, mapping corporate debt and government debt as a share of GDP: China is an outlier within the BRICS group when it comes to corporate debt. Chart above shows how dramatic has been deleveraging out of FX-denominated debt in Russia over the last decade. Much of this came from the reduction in US Dollar-denominated exposures. Lastly, the chart above showing changes in the US Dollar-denominated debt quality (by corporate

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posted on 18 February 2020

by Constantin Gurdgiev, TrueEconomics.Blogspot.in

From True Economics 07 February 2020

This post highlights some great charts on real economic debt from the Institute of International Finance (IIF) with my highlighting of the BRICS economies.

The Real Economic Debt Of BRICS


Please share this article - Go to very top of page, right hand side, for social media buttons.


First, mapping corporate debt and government debt as a share of GDP:

The Real Economic Debt Of BRICS

China is an outlier within the BRICS group when it comes to corporate debt.

The Real Economic Debt Of BRICS

Chart above shows how dramatic has been deleveraging out of FX-denominated debt in Russia over the last decade. Much of this came from the reduction in US Dollar-denominated exposures.

The Real Economic Debt Of BRICS

Lastly, the chart above showing changes in the US Dollar-denominated debt quality (by corporate ratings). Again, Russia is a positive stand-alone in this, with more positive outlook than negative outlook corporates - a trend strikingly different from both the Emerging Markets overall, and for other BRIC economies.

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