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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

Latvia enters the euro zone Blocs 18th euro member

Latvia enters the euro zone

Latvia joined the euro zone on Wednesday, banking on its experience of austerity to bring it prosperity in a currency union where other economies have floundered. Leer ms

Small companies will receive EU support More favourable conditions for start-ups

Small companies will receive EU support

First EU programme designed specifically for SMEs will promote entrepreneurship, ease access to finance and increase the EUs GDP by 1.1B per annum Leer ms

Slow growth, weakening currency and  adverse demographic dynamics will hit EuropeAccording to Cebr report

Slow growth, weakening currency and adverse demographic dynamics will hit Europe

The consultancy Cebr released today its annual report The World Economic League Table. The report gives an end of year report on GDP in the 30 largest economies in the world. It also forecasts which countries will be in the Top Thirty for 5, 10 and 15 years ahead. Leer ms

Rating agencies face EU finesDelays and poor confidential controls

Rating agencies face EU fines

The "Big Three" credit rating agencies that score European Union government debt could be fined after failing to fix poor practices from the past, the sectors regulator said on Monday.  Leer ms

2012 European budget spent in researchers, students and NGOs EU Financial Report

2012 European budget spent in researchers, students and NGOs

The 2012 Financial Report published by the European Commission shows that 94% of the total EUR 135.6 billion of the EU 2012 budget was dedicated to researchers, students, small and medium enterprises, towns and regions and NGOs. Leer ms

Spain is one of the European countries with the highest underground economy According to tax inspectors study

Spain is one of the European countries with the highest underground economy

Spain is one of the European countries with the highest black economy and tax loss revenue, since the current crisis began. This was revealed by a survey conducted by the Spanish Treasury Inspector Domingo Carbajo and the economics professor Santos Ruesga Leer ms

"Beyond the Banking Union" a debate for citizens and students  18th of November in Madrid

"Beyond the Banking Union" a debate for citizens and students

The Representation of the European Commission in Spain and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has organized an event, entitled "Beyond the Banking Union", on the 18th of November where economic experts will discuss the European banking union project. Leer ms

FCC shares soared by 10.7% on the Madrid stock exchannge

Bill Gates bets for Spain

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Tuesday gave a boost to Spains troubled construction sector by becoming the second-biggest shareholder in Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas (FCC), one of the top Spanish companies in the sector. Leer ms

ECOFIN ministers approve bank supervision, discuss steps towards Banking Union and SME financesEconomic and Financial Affairs Council

ECOFIN ministers approve bank supervision, discuss steps towards Banking Union and SME finances

The Council adopted regulations creating a single supervisory mechanism for the oversight of banks and other credit institutions, thus establishing the first "pillar" of Europes banking union.  Leer ms

Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors expose ideas to foster growth G20 meeting in Washington DC

Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors expose ideas to foster growth

The global economy, financial stability and financing for investment formed the core items during the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting, which was held in Washington DC on 10-11 October. Finance ministers and Governors agreed that there are plenty of ideas to foster growth; however, concrete actions are required in order to implement these ideas. Leer ms

EU urges to G-20 growth and financial reformsGiven the risks of corruption and shadow banking

EU urges to G-20 growth and financial reforms

The Commission has adopted a communication on shadow banking and proposed new rules for money market funds (MMFs ), hours before the start of the G-20 summits of heads of state or government , forum consensus on the economic governance of the world, St. Petersburg, Russia, development, energy, corruption. Leer ms

Oxford and Manchester the most preferred destinations

Youth travel to boost UK economy

Youth, student and educational travel is the fastest growing sector in the UK travel industry, contributing over 20 billion per annum to the UK economy a study by British Educational Travel Association (BETA) has found.  Leer ms

Disagreement over who benefits

European Commissions recast of the payment services directive under discussion

The European Commission proposals that wants limit the card transaction fees faces several disagreements between European institutions and organizations. Leer ms

Spanish unemployment

Slight improvement in Spains economy

The Bank of Spain said GDP probably dropped 1.8 percent in the second quarter year-on-year. Spanish unemployment in the first quarter was a record 27 percent, though is expected to fall for the first time in almost two years in the second, helped by a strong tourist season. Leer ms

Living off-campus

Four out of five students live away from their university campus

Students living off-campus travel an average of 20 km each way - to attend lectures or tutorials, with one in eight (13 per cent) of students facing a daily round-trip of 40 km or more, according to a report by the banking group Santander. Leer ms

UK report: Higher Education Better Regulation Group

Cost and Benefit Analysis Project on Immigration Regulation

Some institutions are spending nearly 2,400 a year per international student on navigating an "unnecessarily" expensive visa system, a major report has concluded. The study argues that the sector is paying out around 67 million a year to bring in international students, with the need to constantly adapt to new immigration rules being particularly burdensome. Leer ms

Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2013

Antnio Horta-Osrio named banker of the year at 2013 Euromoney Awards for Excellence

Antnio Horta-Osrio, the chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group, yestarday received in London the award for Banker of the Year at the annual Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2013 for his work as head of Lloyds Banking Group, that was also named the Best Bank, Best Bank (United UK) following the revaluation of their actions reaching 147% in the the past 18 months and prepararing for its re-privatization. Leer ms

Only Italy will fare worse than Spain

No growth for Spain in 2014 according to the IMF

The Washington-based institution, which is headed by Christine Lagarde, is recommending that Madrid go further with its reforms to the labor market in order to combat Spains astronomical unemployment rate. Specifically, the IMF is calling for the costs of firing employees to be reduced even further and for salaries to be lowered. Leer ms

The deal is subject to regulatory approval

Spains Telefonica sells Irish division O2

Telefonica plans to sell its Irish unit, O2, to Hong Kong-based Hutchison Whampoa for up to 850 million euros, the Spanish company said Monday.  Leer ms

Financial education

Online IMF course involves the worlds elite university brands

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is set to join an online university network and will run finance courses which will be available free to students around the world. Leer ms

Universities benefit the Welsh economy

Welsh universities generate billions for countrys economy every year

According to the HE-BCI survey, launched as part of a week of events designed to highlight Welsh universities contribution to growth, the sector generates around 3 per cent of the countrys employment and gross domestic product. Leer ms
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