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The growth of the Spanish economy is slightly revised upwards to 2.3% in 2019, due to the positive surprises recorded until June, and remains at 1.9% for 2020. The expansion is expected to continue supported by a gradual recovery of the global environment and a more expansionary monetary policy
GDP growth could be between 0.6% and 0.7% t/t in 2Q19, which, if confirmed, would introduce an upward bias on BBVA Research's growth forecast for 2019 (2.2% a/a). Domestic spending continues to lead economic activity, although exports could have regained some traction
Last week they published data on the growth of the Colombian economy in the first quarter of the year and the large figures show a gradual and orderly recovery as expected. Within the recovery highlights positively the progress in investment in machinery and equipment and civil works.
The Communities of the Centre are improving; the delay in exports conditions the north of Spain and consumption is resisting the slowdown in the east
The growth of the Spanish economy may stand between 0.6% and 0.8% QoQ during 2Q19, which would introduce an upward bias on BBVA Research's forecast for 2019 (2.2%). Domestic spending leads the advance of activity and uncertainty over external demand remains high.
The Spanish economy grew by 0.7% QoQ (2.4% YoY) in 1Q19. According to INE (Instituto Nacional de Estadística — Spanish National Statistics Institute), domestic demand accounted for much of this growth (0.5 pp QoQ/2.2 pp YoY) thanks to the stability of consumption and the recovery of investment. External demand also grew (0.…
BBVA Research's scenario is confirmed: GDP growth has moved toward the peninsular center and weakened in Levante. However, recovery across much of northern Spain has been slowed due to the weakness of the industrial sector. GDP growth exceeded the 2.6% national average in only five of Spain's autonomous regions: Madrid, Can…