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Eurostat

Eurozone government deficit down to 2.3% of GDP in third quarter 2014

In the third quarter of 2014, the seasonally adjusted general government deficit to GDP ratio stood at 2.3% in the euro area (EA18), a decrease compared with 2.5% in the second quarter of 2014. In the EU28, the deficit to GDP ratio also fell slightly to 2.9% of GDP, from 3.0% in the previous quarter.  Leer ms

Global wealth becoming increasing concentrated

Oxfam stydy states that by 2020, the richest 1% will own 54% of global wealth.

The charity Oxfam has released a research that concludes that with current trends, by 2016 it is expected that the wealthiest 1% is to own more than 50% of the worlds wealth. Last year, the richest owned 48% of global wealth, which was up from 44% in 2009 and it is expected to keep rising. Oxfam states by 2020, the richest 1% will own 54% of global wealth. Leer ms

IMF revises down the global growth forecasts for 2015Global growth forecast to rise moderately

IMF revises down the global growth forecasts for 2015

The International Monetary Fund has downgraded its outlook for global growth for the second time in just three months. New factors supporting growthlower oil prices, but also depreciation of euro and yenare more than offset by persistent negative forces, including the lingering legacies of the crisis and lower potential growth in many countries. Leer ms

21 to 24 January 2015

45th World Economic Forum will gather 40 heads of state and over 2,500 business and society leaders

Over 40 heads of state and government, as well as 2,500 other leaders from business and society will convene at the 45th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, from 21 to 24 January 2015 in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, to discuss The New Global Context. Leer ms

Eurostat

Euro area annual inflation down to -0.2% driven by the fall in energy prices

Euro area annual inflation is expected to be -0.2% in December 2014, down from 0.3% in November, according to a flash estimate from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. This negative rate for euro area annual inflation in December is driven by a fall in energy prices (-6.3%, compared with -2.6% in November), while prices remain stable for food, alcohol & tobacco (0.0%, compared with 0.5% in November) and non-energy industrial goods (0.0%, compared with -0.1% in November. Leer ms

Greek exit

Euro drops after the economic and political uncertainty in the Eurozone

The euro slumped to its weakest value against the dollar since 2006 amid growing economic and political uncertainty in the Eurozone driven by fears of political turmoil in Greece and hopes for more monetary stimulus from the European Central Bank.  Leer ms

Investment Offensive for Europe

EU Task Force identifies 2,000 potential projects worth 1.3 trillion

The EU Task Force on Investment published a report showing that there is significant potential for investment in Europe. It identifies around 2,000 projects across Europe worth some 1.3 trillion of potential investments, out of which over 500 billion worth of projects could potentially be implemented over the next three years. Many of these projects are currently not being realised due to financial, regulatory or other barriers. Leer ms

EUs ECOFIN meeting

Minsiter discuss on measures to create durable conditions for sustained growth and job creation

On 9 December EUs Council of Economic and Finance (ECOFIN) will meet to discuss several legislative proposals in the field of taxation, measures to create durable conditions for sustained growth and job creation and proposed action plan on investment. Leer ms

To trigger economic growth

New European Commission makes a 300-billion-euro investment plan a centrepiece of the agenda

Jean-Claude Juncker will unveil an anticipated 300-billion-euro investment plan on Wednesday that is meant to trigger economic growth in the European Union. The investment plan is intended to boost economic growth in the European Union. Leer ms

G20 leaders agreed to boost their economies by at least 2.1% by 2018800 separate reform measures

G20 leaders agreed to boost their economies by at least 2.1% by 2018

At the end of the two-day summit in Brisbane, Australia, leaders representing 85% of the worlds economy agreed to boost flagging global growth, tackle climate change and crack down on tax avoidance.  Leer ms

European Commissions autumn forecast

Slow recovery with very low inflation

The European Commissions autumn forecast projects weak economic growth for the rest of this year in both the EU and the euro area. Real GDP growth is expected to reach 1.3% in the EU and 0.8% in the euro area for 2014 as a whole. Leer ms

European students bring innovative solutions to the economy Aged 15 to 18 years

European students bring innovative solutions to the economy

A total of 15,000 students from different European countries will design products and services that provide innovative solutions tailored to the real economic problems presented by Spain, Russia, Italy, France, Portugal and Germany, throughCampamentos of Innovacin program organized by Barclays collaboration JA Europe.  Leer ms

Monetary union

Three-quarters of Poles oppose the introduction of the euro

Three out of four Polish citizens oppose the countrys entry into the euro, according to a survey released Tuesday that looks out from a hypothetical entry of Poland into the euro in the short term. The survey, conducted by the firm GfK, stood at 38 percent of the population "strongly" Poles against the single currency, to which must be added a similar percentage is a priori opponents. In contrast, only 18 percent are in favor. Leer ms

Research of SpinSIF

Socially responsible investing is growing more than 22% in Europe

Socially responsible investment in Europe is growing at a faster rate than the rest of the market does not take into account social, environmental and governance aspects, according to the latest study from Eurosif which was presented in Brussels.  Leer ms

FIWARE Accelerator Programme

80 million euros for European SMEs, Startups and web-entrepreneurs

80 million will be awarded to SMEs, Startups and web-entrepreneurs using FIWARE Technologies. The FIWARE Accelerator is a network of European organisations which has already launched first calls for proposals earlier this month. The remaining calls will be presented in Munich on 17th & 18th September on the occasion of the European Conference on Future Internet.  Leer ms

FIWARE Accelerator Programme

80 million euros for European SMEs, Startups and web-entrepreneurs

80 million will be awarded to SMEs, Startups and web-entrepreneurs using FIWARE Technologies. The FIWARE Accelerator is a network of European organisations which has already launched first calls for proposals earlier this month. The remaining calls will be presented in Munich on 17th & 18th September on the occasion of the European Conference on Future Internet.  Leer ms

2015 EU draft budget supports research, youth and businessFocused on Europes economic growth

2015 EU draft budget supports research, youth and business

The new EU draft budget for 2015 adopted by the European Commission will focus on European economic growth. Over the next weeks it will be discussed by the European Council and the European Parliament. Leer ms

Banco Santander receives 500 million euros to finance SMEsFrom the European Investment Bank (EIB)

Banco Santander receives 500 million euros to finance SMEs

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has granted a EUR 500 million loan to Banco Santander to finance the investment projects of SMEs (firms with up to 250 employees) and midcaps (firms with up to 3000 employees). Leer ms

IMF suggest how to tackle inequalityDisparities can hurt economies

IMF suggest how to tackle inequality

The International Monetary Fund warned Thursday that wide income inequality can slow economic growth. Leer ms

Consumers in 13 European Countries Reject EU-Proposed Cap on Bank FeesOnline survey

Consumers in 13 European Countries Reject EU-Proposed Cap on Bank Fees

65% Say it Would Make Using Bank Cards Worse for Consumers; 82% Believe Retailers Would Increase Profits But Not Pass Savings On to Consumers Leer ms

Banks could learn from monkeys to avoid economic crisis, study suggestsComparing monkeys with the financial system

Banks could learn from monkeys to avoid economic crisis, study suggests

A new study by the University of California, Davis shows that primate social networks provide valuable lessons that could help predict and prevent catastrophes like the global financial crisis of 2008. Leer ms

Income disparity the most likely risk to cause an impact on the next decadeChronic gap between the richest and poorest

Income disparity the most likely risk to cause an impact on the next decade

A chronic gap between rich and poor is wider, posing the biggest single risk to the world in 2014, even as economies in many countries start to recover, the World Economic Forum said on Thursday. Leer ms

European Central Bank leaves rates unchanged at a low recordDraghi does not expect deflation

European Central Bank leaves rates unchanged at a low record

The Eurozone economy grew only 0.1% in the third quarter, and the unemployment rate is at a record high of 12.1%. The European Central Bank left its key interest rate unchanged at a record low of 0.25 percent on Thursday despite worries about a weak recovery and low inflation.  Leer ms

Economic sentiment improves in Spain, Italy and Netherlands Euro area developments

Economic sentiment improves in Spain, Italy and Netherlands

In the euro area, the marked improvement resulted from rising confidence among consumers, as well as managers in services, retail trade, construction and, to a lesser extent, industry.  Leer ms

EU banks face market confidence but significant headwindsEBA Risk Assessment Reports

EU banks face market confidence but significant headwinds

The European Banking Authority (EBA) published its fourth semi-annual report on risks and vulnerabilities of the EU banking sector. The report identifies improvements in market confidence, funding and capital positions.  Leer ms
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