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Juan Ruiz
Juan Ruiz

Economist

Juan Ruiz Sánchez is an economist of the BBVA Group since 2011, where he does  analytical work on macroeconomic situation for Spain and CC. AA. with special emphasis on the Canary Islands, Valencia, the Balearic Islands and Murcia’s economies. He has also played roles in the Emerging Markets unit of BBVA Research.

 

He was previously Professor of Macroeconomics at the University Pablo de Olavide.

 

He studied a degree in Business Administration and a Master of Economics and Policy Evaluation at the University Pablo de Olavide, making a thesis on "Hiring and firing costs in a dynamic stochastic model of corporate behavior".


Latest Publications

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Growth in Latin America: the glass half full

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Latin America will grow this year. This is good news for the region following two consecutive years of contraction, 2015 and 2016, which followed three of slowdown due to the fall in commodity prices. BBVA Research expects the region as a whole to grow by 0.8% this year and 1.7% in 2018.

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Latin America and the US shock

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There is still much uncertainty about the new economic policies that will eventually be implemented in the US, with three dimensions particularly relevant for Latin America: changes in policies on trade, immigration and remittances.

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LFS 2Q16 | Unemployment rate falls to 2010 levels, but job creation moderates

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The rise in occupacy between April and June (271 thusand people) was lower than expected, but enough to position unemployment rate at the 20% treshold for the first time in four years. Once corrected for stationarity, a slowdown in job creation of 0.5pp down to 0.3% QoQ is evident.

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Spain | Regional Accounts 2015 shows a more homogeneous than expected growth

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The regional GDP growth in 2015 published by the INE is in line with the scenario of BBVA Research. The activity accelerated in all communities, showing a higher than average growth in the Mediterranean regions basin and in Madrid. and lower in the northwest

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"Close to 14,000 jobs can be created in Castellón by 2017"

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The province of Castellón is facing two decisive years in which it has the potential to recover 40% of the employment lost during the crisis. The expert asserts that the economic recovery is also tangible in the region of Castellón, and notes that export momentum shall continue in upcoming years.

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A recovery to be consolidated

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The Valencian Community has become one of the paradigmatic examples of economic recovery in Spain. After suffering a particularly pronounced recession in which the labour market, financial sector and government finances became severely unbalanced, the region has achieved growth rates above the national average for the last three years.

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Spain | The Spanish economy created 525.100 jobs in 2015

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The rise in occupancy and the drop in active population reduced the unemployment rate to 20,9% in 4Q15. In all 2015, 525,1 thousand jobs were created and the unemployment rate dropped almost three percentage points down to 20,9%.

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Spain | LFS in 3Q15 confirms the slowdown of the economy

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LFS data for 3Q15 were positive, but indicate a deceleration of the pace of improvement of labor market with respect to 3H15. The increase in employment, especially temporary, and the drop in active population gave rise to a significant reduction in the unemployment rate down to 21.2%.

Geographies:Spain

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