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11
May
2017

The European Central Bank on Wednesday in its monthly Economic Bulletin highlighted a study which shows that unemployment in the Eurozone is worse than official data suggest. The broad rate of unemployment is in the 15% - 18% range. On Tuesday Finfacts reported that the Irish rate was 15% compared with the official rate of 6%.

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26
Apr
2017
29
Mar
2017

Saturday's 60th anniversary celebrations of the signing of the Treaty of Rome on March 25, 1957, which provided for the establishment of the European Economic Community (EEC) that was later called the European Union, had its genesis in 1950 when Robert Schuman (1886-1963), French foreign minister, proposed the creation of a European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), where countries would pool coal and steel production.

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10
Mar
2017

We wrote in December on [Germany a beacon of stability has "never had it so good"] — and cited the stunning speech in the same month of Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, who spoke of Britain's first lost decade since the 1860s. On Thursday following this week's Spring Budget, economists have warned of a 15-year average real (inflation-adjusted) earnings freeze and the slowest growth since Britain was engaged with France in 1803-1815 wars, called the Napoleonic Wars.

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2
Feb
2017

The Financial Times on Monday published an interview with Trump's trade council chief who criticised Germany for using a "grossly undervalued" euro to "exploit" the US and its EU partners — while this echoes the US president's knee-jerk protectionist position, the US policy makers are likely to ignore the right lessons from Germany's manufacturing success.

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19
Jan
2017

Last month Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, told an audience in Liverpool, the once thriving port city of North-West England, that Britain has suffered its "first lost decade since the 1860s" when "Karl Marx was scribbling in the British Library." The governor said that "Over the past decade real earnings have grown at the slowest rate since the mid-19th century." Two weeks before Paul Johnson, the chief of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, said average real earnings in 2021 will be below the 2008 level — "One cannot stress enough how dreadful that is, without real earnings growth. We have certainly not seen a period remotely like it in the last 70 years."

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30
Dec
2016
22
Nov
2016

Deutsche Bank says European banks face a conundrum: their customers are taking out few loans but depositing lots of cash, despite unprecedented low interest rates. In the Euro Area, lending to the private sector is at the same level as in 2009, while deposit volumes are up almost a quarter.

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19
Oct
2016
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Aug
2016