Articles by: Stefani Igazmm

Inflation rate in the Eurozone is expected to slow slightly in August

September 1, 2018 11:28 pmComments Off on Inflation rate in the Eurozone is expected to slow slightly in August
Inflation rate in the Eurozone is expected to slow slightly in August

The inflation rate in the Eurozone is expected to slow slightly in August after reaching its highest levels in five years during the previous month. The forecasts are that the price growth will slow down to 2.0% in the eighth month of the year, declining from 2.1% in July, according to preliminary estimates by the European Statistical Office Eurostat. The consumer price growth over the past few months has remained […]

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German banks continue to accumulate cheap debt

August 29, 2018 6:48 amComments Off on German banks continue to accumulate cheap debt
German banks continue to accumulate cheap debt

The German banks continue to accumulate cheap debt. The creditors in the country faces the freedom to sell cheap preferential prime bonds after last month’s German government rewrote debt regulations, which reduced borrowing costs. The banks also benefit from liquidity reserves that exceed the official requirements by tens of billions of euros – something that other European creditors can only dream of so far. The German banks can issue pre-emptive […]

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Angela Merkel: The Brexit deal must be flexible and open to future adjustments

August 15, 2018 8:14 pmComments Off on Angela Merkel: The Brexit deal must be flexible and open to future adjustments
Angela Merkel: The Brexit deal must be flexible and open to future adjustments

The future agreement between the UK and the European Union on Brexit should be flexible and open to future adjustments. This was stated by German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a statement from the city of Jena against a growing risk of Hard Brexit. In her speech, the Chancellor expressed hope that the two sides will reach a divorce agreement instead of reaching a scenario that both London and Brussels want […]

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German investors attitudes improved sharply in August

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German investors attitudes improved sharply in August

German investors’ attitudes improved sharply in August, after the preliminary agreement between Donald Trump and Jean-Claude Juncker led to weakening fears of an escalating “war on customs duties”. This is clear from the latest study by the European Center for Economic Studies Zew. The index, which measures Germany’s future economic outlook for the next six months, jumped by 11 points in August to -13.7 points from a six-year July bottom […]

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Leaders of Germany and Spain promised to be united on migration issues

August 11, 2018 5:24 amComments Off on Leaders of Germany and Spain promised to be united on migration issues
Leaders of Germany and Spain promised to be united on migration issues

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her country supports Spain’s efforts to reduce the influx of migrants from Morocco to Europe via the Mediterranean Sea. This happened a few days after the two European countries signed an agreement to return from Germany to Spain already registered asylum seekers. Merkel was yesterday in Sanlucar de Baramera, southern Spain, for talks with the new Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, devoted mainly to migration […]

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