Blog posts tagged by tag: Eurozone
On 1 November, a new era for the Eurozone commenced as Christine Lagarde, the former head of the IMF, took over the reins of the ECB from Mario Draghi. In this post, we assess the outlook for the region next year and the biggest challenges facing Lagarde.
Despite boasting the eighth-largest economy in the world, growth in Italy has stagnated for more than two decades. Economist Massimo Bassetti give us his six reasons for Italy’s weak economic growth over the last few decades:
The analysts we survey continue to expect central banks in the South-Eastern Europe region to stand pat this year,… https://t.co/Y1eL7RyseP
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Our panel of analysts raised their projections for inflation in the Euro area for the sixth consecutive month in ou… https://t.co/4CJUC8u7A0
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