Italy, Spain and France worst performers as recession deepens

By |julij 7th, 2020|economic forecast, News, Paolo Gentiloni, Recovery Fund, stability and growth pact|

Italy, Spain and France will register the worst economic downturn among eurozone countries this year as the contraction will be more severe than previously expected, according to the latest European Commission forecast published on Tuesday (7 July).

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Coronavirus will trigger the deepest recession in EU history

By |maj 6th, 2020|economic forecast, European Stability Mechanism (ESM), News, Paolo Gentiloni, Spring economic forecast|

The economies of EU countries will shrink by 7.4% this year as the coronavirus crisis is set to cause the worst recession in the bloc’s history, according to the European Commission's spring forecast presented on Wednesday (6 May), which also foresaw a significant rebound in 2021.

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Commission expects Spanish economy to suffer 9.4% this year

By |maj 5th, 2020|economic forecast, News, Spain|

The European Commission expects the Spanish economy to contract by as much as 9.4% this year due to the impact of the coronavirus, although it should regain some of the lost ground in 2021, when it is expected to grow by 7%, EU sources told EURACTIV.

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EU leaves economic forecast unchanged despite risks

By |februar 13th, 2020|coronavirus, economic forecast, News, Paolo Gentiloni|

The European Commission kept unchanged its economic forecast for moderate eurozone growth for this year and 2021 despite the impact of looming risks, especially the coronavirus.

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‘Too early to assess’ the impact of coronavirus, Commission says

By |februar 12th, 2020|China, coronavirus, economic forecast, News|

The European Commission will not factor in the coronavirus in its updated growth forecast on Thursday (13 February), as it considers that it is too early to estimate the impact of the virus on the region’s output, EU sources told EURACTIV.

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As economy slows, Commission tells member states to be ready for “all scenarios”

By |november 7th, 2019|Autumn Economic Forecast, economic forecast, News|

EU member states should be prepared for “all scenarios” as the European economy continues to decelerate, and is not expected to pick up in the near future, the European Commission warned in its latest economic forecast published on Thursday (7 November).

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Commission’s forecast paves the way for new ECB stimulus

By |julij 10th, 2019|ECB, economic forecast, Eurozone, Germany, Inflation, Italy, Mario Draghi, News, Spain|

The European Commission kept its growth forecast unchanged at 1.2% on Wednesday (10 July) but revised downwards inflation to 1.3% for this year and the next, strengthening the case for further monetary stimulus as global economic risks worsen.

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ECB sees global economic slowdown in 2019

By |december 28th, 2018|2019, bond-buying, China, ECB, economic forecast, News, US|

The global economy is set to slow down in 2019 and stabilise thereafter, the European Central Bank said on Thursday (27 December), while still expecting prices to rise.

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Trade war starts to dent European growth

By |julij 12th, 2018|economic forecast, News, oil prices, Pierre Moscovici, trade war|

The European Commission cut expected EU growth for this year by 0.2% compared to its forecast less than three months ago, as output was weaker than expected during the first semester and external risks, especially the trade war, are on the rise.

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Trump becomes number one threat to European economy

By |maj 9th, 2018|Donald Trump, economic forecast, Iran nuclear deal, Iran sanctions, News, oil prices|

US President Donald Trump’s decision to leave the Iran deal represents his third strike against the  European economy in half a year and will add more volatility in an already difficult period.

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