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 . Image: Pictet Wealth Management

U.S. Debt to GDP Ratios

U.S. Debt to GDP Ratios U.S. government debt to infinity and beyond? Image: J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Global Aggregate Negative Yielding Debt

Global Aggregate Negative Yielding Debt The amount of global debt with negative yields jumps to $17.05 trillion, an all-time high, as investors rush to safety in government bonds. Image: Bloomberg

Debt as % of GDP by Global Sector

Debt as % of GDP by Global Sector Since the Global Financial Crisis, debt as % of GDP is much higher in the government and corporate sectors. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Who Owns Different Countries’ Government Bonds?

Who Owns Different Countries’ Government Bonds? About 70% of the U.S. national debt is owned by domestic government, institutions investors and the Federal Reserve. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

The Amount of Outstanding Negative-Yielding Debt since 2009

The Amount of Outstanding Negative-Yielding Debt since 2009 Investors are paying governments for the privilege of holding their bonds and are losing so much money in real terms. Raising interest rates in the future could be painful for bond investors. Image: Jeroen Blokland, Bloomberg

91.2% Correlation Between Gold Price and U.S. National Debt

91.2% Correlation Between Gold Price and U.S. National Debt According to the National Inflation Association, there’s 91.2% correlation between gold price and U.S. national debt. The U.S. government’s public debt is now more than $22 trillion. Over the long term, the price of gold could continue to rise as debt increases. Image: U.S. Global Investors

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?“ Image: J.P. Morgan Asset Management “Guide to the Markets” for Q2 2019

Why We Should Not Be Afraid By China’s Debt?

Why We Should Not Be Afraid By China’s Debt? In China, there is a high level of savings and controls on capital outflows. Currently, most of the Chinese savings are lent or invested in China. So, China’s debt reflects the Chinese savings rate. It would be much more worrying if China’s debt led to external debt,…