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Q2 Italian Growth Improves While Spanish Growth Tapers

Italian economic growth came in at 1.5% from the previous year, in line with expectations,.

ECB Questions Euro Strength

The most recent minutes of the ECB (European Central Bank) revealed some concerns around recent.

What next for US-Europe trade policy?

The economies of Europe and the United States are inextricably linked and in an ideal world, a number of factors motivate a trade deal such as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. This column, taken from a recent VoxEU eBook, argues, however, that given the Brexit referendum in the UK and the election of Donald Trump as US president, as well as a number of other pre-existing complications, achieving such agreements will be highly contentious.

When PIIGS Fly

Leaders in their respective countries may not be happy about it, but the acronym “PIIGS”.

Santander to Absorb Popular Bank in Spain

Banco Santander, a 160-year-old Spanish banking institution, is absorbing its rival Banco Popular, itself a.

ECB Sees Stronger Growth, but Not Strong Enough to Withdraw Stimulus

The European Central Bank raised its 2017 growth forecast for the European Union from 1.8%.

Euro Zone Economy Showing Signs Its On the Mend

Preliminary estimates for first quarter growth in the EuroZone showed the economy expanding at a.

Eurozone inflation remains weak in the coming years

Inflation in the Eurozone will remain weak in the coming years, suggesting that the European.

Economic sentiment in the Eurozone improved in December

Economic sentiment in the Eurozone reported better-than-expected improvement in December, mainly due to better business.

Business activity in Eurozone gained momentum at year-end

Business activity in the Eurozone finished in 2016 with the strongest momentum of more than.