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Credit Ratings

Mar 10, 2011 | Blog Paper Press Release

Pimco Eliminates Government Debt Holdings and Spain Gets Downgraded

PIMCO founder Bill Gross - the managing director of the world's largest bond fund - made headlines today when it was reported t

It's Baaaaaaaaaaack: Simpson-Bowles Is Reappearing

It's an interesting time in the fiscal policy world right now.

‘Line’ Items: Super Bowl Edition

Game On – The Super Bowl in Texas won’t be until Sunday, but Washington had its own big game last week as President Obama gave his
Jan 27, 2011 | Blog Paper Press Release

Japan's Credit Rating Cut by Standard & Poor's

In what is sure to be a wake-up call for the Japanese government, Standard & Poor’s

IMF to the United States: Adopt a Credible Fiscal Plan for the Medium-Run

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released its World Economic Outlo

‘Line’ Items: Dreams and Schemes Edition

Can Dreams of Cooperation be Fulfilled? – Yesterday the nation celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

MARKETWATCH: December 13– December 16, 2010

Nearing the end of the week, markets are still wrestling with the same cross-currents they faced last week, but with a new wrinkle - Spain.

Moody's Warns U.S. over Tax Cut Deal

With the Senate getting past a procedural vote in approving the tax

China: Nervous over US Policy Management

As taxpayers, politicians, journalists and wonks grapple with the wide-ranging
Oct 26, 2010 | Blog Paper Press Release

Standard and Poor's Upgrades British Debt Outlook

Today, Standard and Poor’s reaffirmed their r