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September 13, 2019

Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 13 September 2019

Weekly update with the most relevant news on financial regulation.

September 13, 2019

Country Risk Quarterly Report. Third Quarter 2019

The search for yield and looser monetary policies across the board, favor sovereign spreads compression, despite a worsening global outlook, poorer incoming data and balance of risks, and the lack of improvement of fiscal disequilibria.

September 12, 2019

The ECB delivers a strong easing package

The central bank came in line with what we were expecting announcing a strong package of further accommodative measures. It enhanced the forward guidance on rates, cut the depo rate by 10bps, announced a two-tier system for bank reserves and a new open-ended asset purchase program (APP) and sweetened TLTRO-III conditions.

September 6, 2019

Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 6 September 2019

Weekly update with the most relevant news on financial regulation

September 2, 2019

Is there room for expansionary fiscal policies?

Last week, the annual economic policy symposium was held in Jackson Hole. This year's theme was the challenges for monetary policy. Although fiscal policy was not the subject of debate, it cast a shadow over the event.

August 30, 2019

Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 30 August 2019

Weekly update with the most relevant news on financial regulation

August 26, 2019

Europe prepares for an uncertain fall

Economic data and news this summer in Europe are disappointing; especially for the signs of vulnerability of the more open economies following the slight fall in production in Germany and the fading expectations that the main risks would diminish in the second half of the year.

August 22, 2019

Approaching fiscal stimulus in Germany

Faced with a 0.1% GDP contraction in the second quarter and the possibility of a third-quarter repeat—as raised recently by the Bundesbank—there is speculation that the German government may approve a stimulus package of up to EUR 50 billion (1.5% of GDP).