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
David Lipton, the acting IMF chief, has backed new monetary stimulus by the world’s top central banks to sustain the flagging global economy — in … Read more
Credit Agency Fitch expects high economic growth in Malta to be sustained in the medium term, and estimates potential growth at around 4%.
In its … 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
In Malta, on average, out of every 100 persons aged between 15 to 64 years, 72 were employed. Self-employed persons accounted for 15.1 per … Read more
Malta registers €48.9 million surplus compared to €296.3 million surplus in the comparable quarter of 2018
Provisional figures for Malta’s external transactions show that during January-March 2019, the current account balance recorded a surplus of €48.9 million as compared to a
These are the salient Corporate and Financial news for our first edition of the Midday Corporate Dispatch.
Bank of Valletta’s last … Read more
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Tuesday the EC thought Italy was going the wrong way in fiscal terms and risked an infringement procedure for … Read more
The recent slowdown in global growth and world trade, together with high uncertainty about trade policies, is weighing on prospects for Gross Domestic Product (GDP) … Read more
Italy’s economy has emerged from recession as the eurozone enjoyed a stronger-than-expected recovery during the first quarter.
The Telegraph reports that the worst of … 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
Germany, Malta and Netherlands only three Eurozone countries to register lower debt burdens than in 2008 – Moody’s
What do Germany, Malta and the Netherlands have in common? They’re the only three eurozone countries that have lower debt burdens than they did in … Read more
Germany needs at least 260,000 new migrant workers per year until 2060 in order to meet labor shortages caused by demographic decline, according to a … Read more