What are the challenges for the public finances of France?
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by notayesmanseconomics
23h ago
A feature of the French economy has been its relatively large public sector. It has been something we have looked at many times and it has been a Euro area issue. Some countries considered the Growth and Stability Pact rules ..read more
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House Price falls in China are feeding directly into weaker GDP growth
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by notayesmanseconomics
2d ago
This morning has brought us up to date with our leading indicator for the Chinese economy. So let me hand you over to the National Bureau of Statistics of China. Second, the real estate market has become more active recently ..read more
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What can we expect next from the US Federal Reserve?
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by notayesmanseconomics
5d ago
As we continue our journey through 2024 we find that so far the US Federal Reserve has kept its interest-rate at 5.25% to 5.5%. In many ways it has had less impact than expected but there has been one area ..read more
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The UK finds an economic growth spurt just in time to create a “Wealth Fund” minus the wealth bit
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by notayesmanseconomics
6d ago
This morning has brought us up to date with the latest news on the UK economy and it remains pretty good. Monthly real gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated to have grown by 0.4% in May 2024 after showing no ..read more
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Better times for Italy are not enough to break the Girlfriend in a Coma spell
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by notayesmanseconomics
1w ago
It has been a while since we have taken a look at the economy of Italy and we can start with this morning’s  release. In May 2024 the seasonally adjusted industrial production index increased by 0.5% compared with the previous ..read more
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The latest attempt by the Bank of England to rewrite history shows not a little desperation
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by notayesmanseconomics
1w ago
Now the General Election has been and gone there will be more debate over what the Bank of England will do next. Will it cut interest-rates next month for example. So a speech from one of its policymakers was always ..read more
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Is Japan signalling a future of falling real wages for all of us?
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by notayesmanseconomics
1w ago
This summer was badged as being a time when we would see a change in something which has existed since the early 1990s. It has been a major theme of Japanese policy since the original plans of Abenomics in 2013 ..read more
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What sort of economy does the new Labour government inherit?
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by notayesmanseconomics
1w ago
Congratulations to the Labour Party on what is a resounding success in terms of parliamentary seats. I put it like that because they look set to get fewer vptes that when they lost. But we can continue good news in ..read more
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What is the true economic position in Turkey ( Turkiye)?
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by notayesmanseconomics
1w ago
It gas been a while since we have looked at the economic situation and let me look at a positive. In what is now the holiday season then UK holiday makers will be getting more than 40 Turkish Lira for ..read more
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What can we learn from the words of ECB President Lagarde at Sintra?
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by notayesmanseconomics
1w ago
This week has seen the ECB decamp to its Sintra holiday home and no doubt many there are thirsting to get on this evening’s 18:00 bus which will take them to the delights of the Bank of Portugal wine cellar ..read more
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