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Sovereign income, debt, and credit by region

Debt and credit ratings of the G20 economies Each solid circle represents a G20 economy. The bigger the circle, the bigger the economy. The corresponding dotted circle shows the size of the nation's debt relative to GDP. A dotted circle falling outside a solid circle indicates debt exceeding 100% of GDP. Bright blue circles at the top highlight AAA credit ratings, while flame-out red circles at the bottom are economies falling below speculative grade. The lower the credit rating, the greater a country's cost to borrow money and service its debt-shown here by the relative size of the anchors weighing down these economies. S&P CREDIT RATING AUstralia AAA United Kingdom Canada Germany AA+ United States France AA prab Japan China South Korea South Africa Brazil Mexico Russia Italy BBB BBB- India Turkey INVESTMENT GRADE SPECULATIVE GRADE Indonesia .w.wwwww........ BB+ BB в- B. Bent -CC CC LEGEND 10-Year Yield (if enilable Total GDP Total Debt OANDA OANDA is an online provider of foreign exchange trading and currency information services. © 1996 - 2012 OANDA Corporation. All rights reserved. Data is takan from Warld Fact Book, txEconostats, and S&P (Credit Ratings) and uses most the current data available. pnes

Sovereign income, debt, and credit by region

shared by rmmojado on Mar 23
The fixation on Europe’s sovereign debt crisis has inspired us to produce a series of infographics that aim to put eurozone debt into a wider, global context. Each infographic in our series maps out...




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