As such, the budget deficit
increased by 160 percent from the P23.7 billion posted in February last year.
The Treasury Department said Wednesday the budget deficit
in March totaled $198.2 billion, a record for the month, leaving the deficit through the first half of fiscal-year 2012 at $779 billion, down 6.1 percent from a year earlier.
The Office of Management and Budget, an arm of the White House, slightly cut its estimate of the budget deficit
for fiscal 2010 through Sept.
"This budget deficit
would double to €90 billion by next year, this year's federal budget alone would exceed €50 billion, up from a deficit of €11.9 billion last year," he said in an interview with Financial Times.
First among these measures--and the one meaningful action the Administration and Congress can undertake in short order--is to forge a serious and workable plan to reduce the federal budget deficit
over the next five years, and the trajectory of future deficits going further forward.
existence of cointegration between revenues and expenditures has been considered as evidence consistent with the intertemporal budget constraint and the "weak form" of the sustainability of budget deficits
. The results of this line of research also have been mixed.
The CBO also confirmed its earlier estimate that the federal budget deficit
for the fiscal year ending this September 30th (fiscal year 2003) will be $401 billion, smashing the previous record of $290 billion, set in 1992.
The basic purpose of this study is to ascertain whether the federal budget deficit
played a role in this escalation of interest rates for the S&Ls and thereby may have affected the health of the S&L industry.
You do to begin to learn why the budget deficit
The next president of the United States must effectively deal with the budget deficit
. To do so, the issues of both federal revenues and federal spending must be addressed.
The Duterte administration had programmed yearly budget deficits
equivalent to 3 percent of gross domestic product for the period 2017 to 2022, as it wanted to ramp up spending on hard infrastructure.
Low long-term rates in so many parts of the world--in spite of higher oil prices, larger budget deficits
, higher short-term interest rates in the United States, and pick-up in economic activity in Japan--have baffled both policymakers and market participants.