U.S. Debt Held by Public as Share of GDP

U.S. Debt Held by Public as Share of GDP U.S. federal debt is expected to grow rapidly and could increase the likelihood of a fiscal crisis in the future. Picture source: Deutsche Bank

U.S. Debt and Demographics

U.S. Debt and Demographics This interesting chart clearly shows the large divergence between U.S. debt and demographics. Picture source: Fidelity Investments

U.S. Debt Ceiling and U.S. Nominal GDP

U.S. Debt Ceiling and U.S. Nominal GDP The statutory debt limit, also called the debt ceiling, is the statutory maximum of money the U.S. Treasury is allowed to borrow.Now, it is higher than U.S. nominal GDP. Picture source: Jeroen Blokland

Foreign Holders of U.S. Debt

Foreign Holders of U.S. Debt Currently, China and Japan hold the most U.S. debt. Picture source: howmuch.net

U.S. Debt Ratios to GDP (Household, Corporate, Government)

U.S. Debt Ratios to GDP (Household, Corporate, Government) U.S. households remain far less in debt than during the Great Recession, but U.S. corporate debt continues to rise rapidly and has exceeded record levels . Picture source: Pictet Wealth Management

U.S. Debt Markets

U.S. Debt Markets An interesting chart showing the breakdown of U.S. debt markets. Picture source: Bianco Research

U.S. Debt to Nominal GDP Ratios from 1975 to 2019

U.S. Debt to Nominal GDP Ratios from 1975 to 2019 Government debt: 97.2% of Nominal GDPHousehold debt: 76.4% of Nominal GDPNon-financial corporate debt: 73.9% of Nominal GDP You may also like “Is U.S. Household Debt a Problem?“ Picture source: J.P. Morgan Asset Management “Guide to the Markets” for Q2 2019

U.S. Consumer vs. Corporate Debt

U.S. Consumer vs. Corporate Debt This chart puts interest rates on non-prime consumer credit accounts into perspective vs. CCC corporate bonds. Picture source: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research