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It seems that the Eurozone has been benefiting from unintended consequences. When the Euro was strong in 2012, net exports were the only positive contributor to growth. Now the Euro has been weakened by the implementation of QE, the net exports contribution has been marginal compared to consumption.
Published:23 October 2015
The Eurozone has spent most of the last five years running on a two speed engine: a stronger core and a slower periphery. Now both engines have moved into the same gear. Not only has growth in the periphery caught up, but it is gaining momentum. Download your copy to read more.
Published:17 September 2015
After hopes of a Greek deal being raised and then dashed again, this paper takes a look at what the consequences of a split between Greece and the Eurozone would be. It explores the likely repercussions in three groups: financial, economic and political effects.
Published:02 July 2015
Like in a game of chicken, Greece and the Eurozone are waiting to see who will swerve first. Due to Syriza’s internal politics, Prime Minister Tsipras has had to wait until the last minute until trying to make a deal. Read to find out how the rest of the Eurozone will react if Greece were to exit.
Published:23 June 2015