Germany’s coalition government would be prepared to ditch its balanced budget rule and take on new debt to counter a possible recession, according to a … Read more
Germany’s Federal Statistical Office (Statistisches Bundesamt) announced on 14 August 2019 that the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.4 percent in the first … Read more
Irish manufacturing growth slowed in July at the fastest pace since April 2013, with output contracting at the sharpest and fastest rate in more than … Read more
Data from the German Federal Labour Office showed that German unemployment increased less than expected in July, data showed on Wednesday, suggesting that the labor … Read more
The Financial Times gives a detailed look at youth unemployment in Italy with emphasis to the situation in Sicily.
One in four Italians aged 15 … Read more
Britain’s economy is around 1.3% larger than previously thought – an increase of £26 billion.
Statisticians announced this after a major revision of growth data … Read more
Germany’s public sector workers have secured a substantial pay rise that many expect that it will spur consumer spending and buoy growth.
The Financial Times … Read more
Insight – Effects of US sanctions not limited to higher oil prices but could spill over into global trade jitters (Diplomatique.Expert)
Although the immediate response to Tuesday’s announcement of the US withdrawal from Iran’s nuclear deal was a jump in oil prices, most analysts seem to … Read more
HSBC Holdings Plc announced that it had performed the world’s first trade finance transaction using blockchain technology, a major step in boosting efficiency and reducing … Read more
The European Commission yesterday published its Spring Economic Forecast. This forecast is based on a set of technical assumptions concerning exchange rates, interest rates and … Read more