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Miriam Montañez
Miriam Montañez

Senior Economist

Miriam Montañez is BBVA Research Economist since 2008. After have worked in Units Emerging and Latin America, participating in the coordination of economic analysis teams in South America, now she is part of the unit of Spain, dedicated to the national and regional economic analysis.

 

Previously, Miriam Montanez has taught econometrics and marketing at the University of Castilla-La Mancha and UNEF, also she participated as a speaker at academic conferences and training courses.

 

She studied a degree in Economics in the University of Malaga in 2006 and the Title of Advanced Studies at the Autonomous University of Madrid in 2008.


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Portugal: growth picked up in 3Q17

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The available data points to a slight pick-up in GDP growth in 3Q17 of around 0.5% QoQ, SWDA. This estimate is likely to result from new momentum in investment and the lively levels of both exports and tourism. However, these may be counteracted by a less bullish performance of private consumption and an uptick in imports.

Geographies:Portugal

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Portugal: growth slows in 2Q17

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The growth rate of the Portuguese economy in 2Q17 decelerated to reach 0.3% QoQ, in line with the BBVA Research estimate (0.4% QoQ) and below that seen in 1Q17 (1.0% QoQ). Based on data so far available, BBVA Research estimates that growth in 3Q17 will be around 0.5% QoQ.

Geographies:Portugal

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Portugal: growth forecast for 2017 and 2018 raised

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Available data point to a stabilisation of GDP growth during 2Q17 at around 0.5% QoQ, SWDA1. This estimate is likely to be the result of the continued growth of private consumption and the positive contribution of both the construction sector and tourism.

Geographies:Portugal

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Portugal: growth once again surprise positively in 1Q17

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The growth rate of the Portuguese economy in 1Q17 accelerated to 1.0% QoQ, surpassing the BBVA Research estimate (0.2% QoQ). The quarterly growth was due to the positive contribution of external demand (0.8pp), given the strength exports have once again shown in a context of import slowdown.

Geographies:Portugal

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The internationalisation and digitalisation of the portuguese economy

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Dual economy in which many firms do not promote the accumulation of human capital,innovation and trade in international markets. The size of firms and its determinants, product market regulations and the environment for doing business are of paramount importance. All this in a more globalised world economy undergoing an unprecedented and disruptive technological revolution

Geographies:Portugal

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Portugal: growth could return to around 0.2% QoQ in 1Q17

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Available data points to a slowdown in GDP growth in 1Q17 to 0.2% QoQ, SWDA, similar to the levels seen in the first half of 2016. During the coming quarters GDP growth could settle at between 0.3% and 0.4% in line with growth of 1.7% on average in 2017, above the 1.4% seen in 2016.

Geographies:Portugal

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Portugal: GDP growth forecasts for 2018 reviewed upwards to 1.7%

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Growth of the Portuguese economy in 4Q16 reached 0.6% QoQ1, once again causing positive surprise (BBVA Research forecast 0.3% QoQ), albeit lower than that seen in the previous quarter (0.9% QoQ). As a result Portugal ended 2016 with GDP growth of 1.4% YoY, less than the 1.6% YoY posted in 2015, but slightly more than the BBVA Research forecast of mid-2016 (1.2%).

Geographies:Portugal

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Portugal: growth could return to around 0.3% QoQ in 4Q16

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The growth of the Portuguese economy during 3Q16 reached 0.8% QoQ1, with a surprise acceleration in the growth levels from the levels around 0.3% QoQ seen in the first half of the year. The foreign sector was the main cause of this growth, with a strong increase in exports and an unexpected decline in imports.

Geographies:Portugal

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Portugal: surprise increase in 3Q GDP growth to 0.8% QoQ

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The Portuguese economy grew by 0.8% QoQ in 3Q16, considerably more than expected (0.3% QoQ). In contrast with previous quarters, domestic demand contributed negatively to growth (-0.4 pp), while the external sector did so positively, by 1.3 pp, due to the strong increase in exports and an unexpected fall in imports.

Geographies:Portugal

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Portugal: growth stagnates at 0.3% QoQ

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The Portuguese economy grew by 0.3% QoQ in 2Q16, broadly in line with projections and fulfilling expectations of a slowdown in private consumption and a boost to exports.

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Portugal: weak growth during 2Q16 and forecasts revised downwards

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The Portuguese economy grew by 0.3% QoQ in 2Q16, broadly in line with projections and fulfilling expectations of a slowdown in private consumption and a boost to exports. Available data allow us to envisage growth in 3T16 holding at around 0.3%.

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Andalusia faces its own challenges

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The Andalusian GDP rose by 3%, a growth rate roughly in line with that of the wider Spanish economy, thus locking in the recovery that began in 2014.

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