03/07/2012 @ 07:25 GMT
10/05/2012 @ 07:42 GMT
09/05/2012 @ 07:00 GMT
08/05/2012 @ 07:33 GMT
07/05/2012 @ 08:23 GMT
At its heart, the crisis in the eurozone is one of economics. At the start of Economic & Monetary Union (EMU) there was a great focus on the M, far less on the E. At the risk of oversimplifying things, the lack of economic focus is why things went wrong and why governments pretty much everywhere are trying to make amends. But the political price of this is becoming all too apparent and, whilst the centre of Europe is enacting reforms that strength central surveillance and powers (such as the fiscal compact), there are more signs that electorates and indeed politicians are pushing back.
26/04/12 @ 07:36 GMT by Simon Smith, Chief Economist
23/04/2012 @ 07:14 GMT
Rather belatedly, Moody’s has finally recognised that the AAA debt ratings of both France and the United Kingdom cannot reasonably be defended. Austria has also (justifiably) been handed a warning notice, while six other EU countries including Italy, Spain and Portugal have all had their rating downgraded by at least one notch.
14/02/12 @ 11:41 GMT by Michael Derks, Chief Strategist
30/01/2012 @ 12:44 GMT
05/01/2012 @ 07:52 GMT
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