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The winds of global politics are changing, and the major Eurozone countries could be forced to take heed. Donald Trump's foreign policy position remains highly uncertain. Our Chief Economist, Ian Shepherdson, expects the U.S. to increase defence spending next year; see the U.S. Monitor of October 20.
Political uncertainty in the Eurozone is the story that won't die. Coalition talks in Germany collapsed yesterday when the centre-right FDP walked out of the negotiations.
The BoJ kept all policy measures unchanged at its meeting yesterday.
Concern over individual freedoms was the spark for Hong Kong's recent demonstrations and troubles, and protesters' demands continue to be political in nature.
The Bank of Korea's two main monthly economic surveys were very perky in January.
April's GDP report probably will be the worst any of us will see in our lifetime.
Europe's political leaders finally made a breakthrough this week in nominating candidates for the top jobs in the EU.
The Covid-19 downturn has been more severe in the U.K. than in most other advanced economies this year.
The economy will be a shadow of its former self over the remainder of this year, following the heavy pummelling from Covid-19.
Friday's data added further colour to the September CPI data for the Eurozone.
The political situation in Spain remains an odd example of how complete gridlock can be a source of relative stability.
Storm clouds gathered over Eurozone financial markets last week. The sell-off in equities accelerated, pushing the MSCI EU ex-UK to an 11-month low.
We take little comfort from the fact that the 2.0% quarter-on-quarter drop in Q1 GDP was a bit smaller than the consensus forecast, 2.5%, and the 3.0% fall pencilled-in by the MPC in its Monetary Policy Report.
Judging by the media coverage of the Europe's "migrant crisis", you would think that the number of North African asylum seekers arriving at EU's southern borders is soaring.
Monetary policy usually is the first line of defence whenever a recession hits.
Why is the EZ current account surplus rising and net exports falling at the same time?
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