September 14, 2016

Here's who holds the world's $60 trillion in sovereign debt

The world's governments now have around $60 trillion in debt which is then sold to investors as bonds. So who owns this debt?

In a note sent out to clients on Friday, Deutsche Bank chief global economist Torsten Sløk broke down who owns various countries' debts. One chart breaks down debt ownership for selected developed markets and the other for emerging market countries. Read more.

Business Insider

Related,
Bridgewater's Dalio: There's a 'dangerous situation' in the debt market now (video) - CNBC
Government debt plunges around the world - Salt Lake Tribune / Bloomberg

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