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Divided Decade

Ray Dalio discusses the anatomy of the debt cycle

by David Brancaccio and Daniel Shin Sep 25, 2018
The founder of Bridgewater Associates, who predicted the Great Recession, has a new book out that examines the nature of debt crises.
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Economics of Disaster

How businesses in Puerto Rico are recovering after Maria

by Lizzie O'Leary Dec 18, 2017
"It's basically been a lot of effort to try and stay on my feet."
A convenience store in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico is open, after the owner lost $25000 in spoiled goods after Hurricane Maria.
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Puerto Rico’s debt crisis hits the territory’s schools

by Amy Scott Jun 6, 2017
Schools around the country are beginning to close down for the summer. But in Puerto Rico, many schools, almost 180 of them, will not reopen in the fall. The mass closure comes as the commonwealth faces an ongoing economic crisis…

Puerto Rico debt plan calls for austerity, public spending cuts

by Andy Uhler Mar 14, 2017
On Monday, Puerto Rico's financial oversight board approved a new debt plan.
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Greeks in crisis

Two voters in last year's Greek referendum reflect

by Stephen Beard Jul 20, 2016
The views of two women who voted differently on Greece accepting creditors' terms.
A Greece bailout referendum took place last year amid economic turmoil in the country.
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Stranded — Puerto Rico in debt

Puerto Rico's pensions — The money's running out

by Andy Uhler Apr 15, 2016
Many Puerto Ricans are worried about their retirement money in the face of the territory's debt crisis.
A view of the Puerto Rico landscape.
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Stranded — Puerto Rico in debt

Not even bankers can predict Puerto Rico's fiscal future

by Andy Uhler Apr 13, 2016
The people whose job it is to know what's going to happen in the markets are in the dark.
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Stranded — Puerto Rico in debt

Ponce, Puerto Rico: An abandoned city

by Andy Uhler Apr 12, 2016
Many of the businesses in Ponce are now for sale.
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Jack Lew's morale-boosting trip to Puerto Rico

by Mark Garrison Jan 18, 2016
There's not much more the Obama administration can do to solve the debt crisis.

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