Examples of indebtedness in a Sentence
his total indebtedness exceeded a year's income
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First, Japan had a financial meltdown of its own, partly because its real estate bubble collapsed and partly because of the country’s overall indebtedness.
Governments typically are no more keen on indebtedness than the average household: In 2016, Texas’s state comptroller praised prudent fiscal management for eliminating his state’s need to borrow for a second straight year.
If these programs cannot be made more affordable and accessible without the promotion of onerous indebtedness, then more attention must be paid by the culture industry to those programs that can.
The percentage has been rising gradually in recent years — no surprise, given the general indebtedness of many Americans.
The scores use five factors to determine a person's creditworthiness: payment history, current level of indebtedness, types of credit used, length of credit history, and new credit accounts.
The central bank also distinguishes household indebtedness from the housing market, which allows it to worry less about rising home prices that are driven by factors such as population growth or supply constraints, as opposed to debt accumulation.
The island territory has a total indebtedness of $74 billion in bond debt and $49 billion in unfunded pension obligations.
However, the resilience of household balance sheets, and consequently bank portfolios, to a serious economic downturn has not been tested at these levels of private sector indebtedness.
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