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August 17, 2007 11:00 pm
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  • What happens to Argentina if it defaults (again)
    As it approaches a payment deadline on $82 billion in bonds, Argentina is about to find out just what the financial impact of default will be.
  • Putin sanctions risk access to $600 billion in funding
    European Union and U.S. sanctions jeopardize funding for Russian companies, which have tapped international capital markets for more than $600 billion in debt and equity since the country emerged from its 1998 default. Russian businesses have about $165 billion in U.S. and European bonds and more than $100 billion in offshore syndicated loans currently outstanding, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The sanctions against Russia "will likely force a further contraction in domestic credit growth and hence the economy," said Alexander Moseley, senior portfolio manager in New York with Schroders Plc, which oversees $100 billion in fixed-income assets. The European Union today joined the U.S. in prohibiting Russian state-owned banks from selling shares or bonds in the West in an effort to force Moscow to end support for rebels in eastern Ukraine.
  • Extended life of Medicare could be short-lived
    The death sentence of Medicare is getting an extended breathe of life, according to a new report out from the trustees of the program. Medicare’s hospital fund, which was expected to go bankrupt by 2026, is getting 4 more years added to its lifespan, thanks to savings driven by Obama’s Affordable Care Act. The agency will now run out of hospital funding by 2030.

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