Michael Wolgemuth, board member at Konrad Adenauer Foundation talks with TC about mutual responsability in the Eurozone, populists parties and who will pay the debts.Read More
The European Banking Authority (EBA) rectified the solvency figures for the Spanish banking sector. The regulatory authority has raised the average “fully-loaded” capital ratio at end-June to 10% from a previous 9%. This compares with the European sector average of 11.8%
James Alexander via Historinhas | In no other country in the euro zone is the public so intensely engaged with each monetary policy measures of the ECB as passionately as in Germany. This applies to the Bavarian public, which is particularly known for distinct opinions and clear announcements.
The National Statistics Institute published last Thursday the breakdown of third quarter GDP, which has been estimated as having grown 0.8% in the quarter (3.4% year-on-year). This data once again stands out in the euro area, despite the fact it implies a deceleration from the 1% registered in the previous quarter. But key analysts believe that good short-term results should not cloud the fact that there are still areas of Spain’s economy which need to be improved.Read More
Household debt another reason to prefer SEK shorts In September we argued that the krona should weaken due to strong and persistent disinflationary pressures imported…Read More