Public debt: the generational angle

Updates on Aging Populations Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about aging populations. Inheritance is a word that has taken on positive connotations: the implication is that something of value is passed down from generation to generation. In wealthy societies, the debate is usually …

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Unwanted companies pose as green warriors to cut debt costs

Undesirable rated companies owned by private equity firms exploit ESG narratives to lower borrowing costs. Debt investors fear being played. To cut a chunk of its interest rates, German packaging company Kloeckner Pentaplast GmbH, owned by SVPGlobal, has pledged to use more recycled materials and add more women to senior …

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Do you have medical debt? Here is what to do

Medical debt is a common problem in the United States. Many people suffer from health problems, but they cannot pay their medical bills. Eventually, these become medical debts with which they struggle for several years. Unfortunately, neither private nor public health insurance could cover many of them. We will highlight …

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