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German Economy Steams Ahead in Boost to Euro Area Recovery


By Piotr Skolimowski

November 14, 2017, 2:00 AM EST Updated on November 14, 2017, 2:32 AM EST

  • Total output increased 0.8% in third quarter vs 0.6% estimate…

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Dealing with a globalised banking sector.

Today we can look back on nearly a decade of rule-making. Following the financial crisis of 2008, almost no stone was left unturned – at least in the field of banking regulation. 961 more words


Europe in transformation: Structural, regulatory and technological challenges for the markets of tomorrow.

Structural challenges

We are now a decade after the onset of the crisis. Yet despite the ongoing broad-based recovery in the euro area economy, bank profitability remains low. 2,049 more words


The evolving risk landscape in the euro area.

The world economy is going through a period of sustained moderate growth. In particular, the cyclical recovery in the euro area is now stronger and broad-based, driven by a virtuous circle of employment creation and private consumption. 3,709 more words


European Central Bank: The quest for the best business model.

The banking sector is going through tough times. Having emerged from a major crisis, it faces challenges and change. But one thing has not changed, and it never will. 445 more words

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Let the Market Economy Decide the ECB's Limits

New column over at the HuffPost: here.   The ECB acts like its hands are tied, when in reality, they should have much more room to run.  21 more words

The European Central Bank wants progress on NPAs from banks in the Eurozone

Taking a tough stance, the ECB has made it lucidly clear that banks across the Eurozone will have to stick to the deadline in reducing their non-performing assets, including loans. 93 more words