A new Sovereign Fiscal Responsibility Index has been established by the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy and Research, at Stanford University. With the recent financial crises and escalating deficits, with the many issues of fiscal responsibility of countries, Stanford created a Sovereign Fiscally responsible Index (SFRI). Many people want to know how many global countries compared to their peers. The study measured government in 5 areas Fiscal Space, Path, Rules, Transparency and enforceability. The country rankings and our bonds placements are believe the complete study is available here. The rankings are:
|Australia||1||Australia currency based bonds here|
|New Zealand||2||New Zealand currency based bonds here.|
|Chile||7||Our last Chile bond syndicate here|
|Brazil||10||Brazil currency linked bonds here|
|India||12||India currency linked bonds here|
|Norway||15||Norway currency linked bonds here|
|Mexico||18||Mexico currency linked bonds here|
|United States||28||High Yield – Corporate – Government Bond Rates here|
|Hungary||29||Our last Hungary Bond syndicate here|
*Japan’s debt rating has just been downgraded. **Iceland has already defaulted and its Sustainable Fiscal Path reflects reforms made since default occurred. Source: 2011 Policy Brief, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Stanford University Contact our fixed Income analyst for questions DIR 9761-327-8847
Many people ask how do I invest in Foreign & World Government and Corporate bonds? With most firms it often require a institutional sized single bond purchase. To circumvent this constraint, at Durig Capital we often combine world bond buyers into a larger institutional sized purchase. In our previous syndicates, we were able to facilitate purchases as low as $10,000 US Dollar and should be able to do the same for your interest.
So the answer to the question how do I invest in Global and World bonds is simple – contact your Durig professional.
To know more about this Investment call our specialist at 971-327-8847