Economic clouds gather over Germany

posted in: European Union, News

Stormy times ahead for the eurozone’s economic powerhouse? -Getty Images Concerns are growing over the strength of Germany’s economy – the largest in the eurozone – following the release of more gloomy official figures. Industrial production in April fell by … Read More

Economic clouds gather over Germany

posted in: Germany, News

Stormy times ahead for the eurozone’s economic powerhouse? -Getty Images Concerns are growing over the strength of Germany’s economy – the largest in the eurozone – following the release of more gloomy official figures. Industrial production in April fell by … Read More

Time for Strong New EU Leaders

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As the EU prepares to replace its top officeholders, the union needs leaders who can confront bullying international actors, navigate through a turbulent political scene, and rebuild public trust in the European project. The EU’s Game of Thrones, which will … Read More

EU SHOCK: Angela Merkel to replace Juncker in new ‘pro-Europe coalition’

ANGELA Merkel could leave the German political scene to become the next European Commission President leading a new “pro-Europe coalition” at the May 2019 European elections, claims political scientist Sergio Fabbrini. The Director of the LUISS School of Government told Express.co.uk he believes … Read More

Germany should help to stabilize the euro area’s economic growth

Michael Zwahlen | EyeEm | Getty Images – The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany. In spite of extraordinarily supportive monetary policy, the euro area economy is showing a considerable, and broad-based, loss of growth momentum since the beginning of this year. The area’s … Read More

Euro slips after reports the ECB is concerned about exposure to Turkey

–The euro fell half a percent against the dollar after reports that the ECB officials are concerned about European banks’ exposure to Turkey. –Data from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) showed that Spanish banks are due $83.3 billion by … Read More

Europe’s Nightmare Awakening the Gold Bull?

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel won a fourth term over the weekend. She struck a deal with the Social Democrats (SPD) to form government. Two-thirds of SPD members backed the deal, despite the threat of a veto. We’re not surprised… Although … Read More