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Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 02 Aug 2013
8/2/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... its day-to-day activities. Greece would then be in a position to make an increasingly credible threat of exiting the Eurozone if the government deemed this the least bad alternative. Although a Greek exit is no ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 26 Jul 2013
7/26/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... spreads on peripheral debt have narrowed and bond and equity markets have become less sensitive to bad Eurozone news flow. Indeed, to date markets seem to have taken Draghi at his word and seem unwilling ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 19 Jul 2013
7/19/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... is in jeopardy. Besides requesting a new bailout, which would be politically very difficult, Portugal has two main options. One would be to extend the current programme to another year, but without new money. This ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 12 Jul 2013
7/12/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... endorsed plans for a €6 billion fund to offer job opportunities, education and apprenticeships to unemployed young people. Although a welcome initiative, the fund is not large enough to have a meaningful impact. For that ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone: Country Economic Forecast: 11 Jul 2013
7/11/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... but in our view the change in the ECB’s communication is of limited significance and does not warrant a change in our growth forecasts. These remain broadly unchanged this month – we still expect economic ...  |  read more...
USD 175
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 05 Jul 2013
7/5/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... a weak recovery. By contrast, the US is expected to lead the global upturn despite the spread of austerity across the Atlantic. With the financial sector and households having made good progress in deleveraging, they ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 28 Jun 2013
6/28/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... borrowing rates are particularly inappropriate for the Eurozone which, unlike the US, is still struggling to emerge from recession. This tightening of financial conditions will place pressure on the ECB to act. Although surveys show ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 21 Jun 2013
6/21/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... America. However, assuming many of the factors holding back shale production outside North America are dealt with, we have used the Oxford Economics' Global Economic Model to quantify the impact of a similar boom in ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 14 Jun 2013
6/14/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the credit starved peripheral Eurozone economies. Given the divergence that has opened up between the lower costs of borrowing paid by companies in Germany and France and the higher cost of borrowing paid in the ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone: Country Economic Forecast: 14 Jun 2013
6/14/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... The improvements in manufacturing conditions were particularly significant in the peripherals, although they remained in contractionary territory. This supports our view that Eurozone GDP will stop falling and start to grow in 2013H2, albeit very ...  |  read more...
USD 175
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 07 Jun 2013
6/7/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... to a speech by the US Fed chairman Bernanke. Until the Fed gives a clearer steer on monetary policy, bond markets will remain volatile, both in the US and in Europe. However, short of a ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone By-Country Industry Forecast: 06 Jun 2013
6/6/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... are covered per country, six service sectors and other relevant series (car sales, steel production, gross value added). Presents Value-Added Numbers. Forecasts are produced for output or value-added, a proxy of each industry’s GDP. Value-added ...  |  read more...
USD 375
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 31 May 2013
5/31/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... global trade. As a result, large exporters in advanced economies such as Germany have also been weaker than expected so far in 2013. This disappointing start of the year has led us to lower the ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone: Country Economic Forecast: 13 May 2013
5/13/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... improved. On the contrary, downward revisions to growth forecasts in China and other emerging markets, with their adverse implications for global trade, mean that we have lowered our Eurozone growth forecast again this month; we ...  |  read more...
USD 175
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 03 May 2013
5/3/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... Italian Prime Minister has vowed to ease austerity and the French government has won Germany's approval for much less ambitious deficit reduction than previously envisaged. Is continental Europe moving towards abandoning austerity? If so, what ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 26 Apr 2013
4/26/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... bubble, and the shadow banking sector also appears to be growing rapidly. This little-understood sector (accurate data are hard to come by) is a threat in part because it may obscure high levels of non-performing ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing: 26 Apr 2013
4/26/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... pick up. The interest rate cycle in Brazil has turned, but most other countries are expected to keep rates on hold as they are at - or close to - the bottom of their cycles.  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 19 Apr 2013
4/19/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... force participation in particular among women. Additional resources can be sought from encouraging a shift from part-time to full-time work among women. We find that bridging half the gap between male and female participation rates ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing: 19 Apr 2013
4/19/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... bubble, and the shadow banking sector also appears to be growing rapidly. This little-understood sector (accurate data are hard to come by) is a threat in part because it may obscure high levels of non-performing ...  |  read more...
USD 85
Eurozone: Country Economic Forecast: 16 Apr 2013
4/16/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... will probably result in higher funding costs for banks and therefore tighter credit conditions, especially in the peripheral countries. This is because bank bondholders and depositors may now expect losses in the event of bank ...  |  read more...
USD 175
Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing: 28 Mar 2013
3/28/2013 | published by: Oxford Economics
... €100,000 deposit guarantee threshold has been upheld. But the Cypriot economy will suffer and another bailout will probably be needed in the future. The deal also sets some dangerous precedents for the wider Eurozone concerning ...  |  read more...
USD 85
523130.01 Currency Exchanges: State Industry Market Evaluator
12/31/2012 | published by: BizMiner
... volume, average firm, site and small business sales, sales per employee, market volume by employment class, employment by employment class and more. Additional statistics include failure rates (firms, establishments, small business, startups). startup activity rates ...  |  read more...
USD 699
Singapore Banking & Finance Industry 2H12
11/30/2012 | published by: Emerging Markets Direct Reports
... classified exposure. It also covers the market trends and outlook and key economic indicators for Singapore, plus the profile, comparative matrix and SWOT analysis of the industry leading players: DBS Group Holdings Limited (DBS), Oversea-Chinese ...  |  read more...
USD 465
CEO Perspectives on European Industry Actions and Coping with the Eurozone Crisis: Survey Brief
11/9/2012 | published by: Timetric
... panels comprised of senior decision makers from companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The geographical scope of the research is European - drawing on the activity and expectations of C-level executives in Europe. The ...  |  read more...
USD 700
CEO Perspectives on the Business Impact of the Eurozone Crisis: Survey Brief
11/9/2012 | published by: Timetric
... panels comprised of senior decision makers from companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The geographical scope of the research is European - drawing on the activity and expectations of C-level executives in Europe. The ...  |  read more...
USD 700
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