Unemployment in the eurozone has remained stable at 11.5% compared to October 2014, at the same time the gap between unemployment figures in the core and periphery remains persistent, with Germany and Austria reaching record lows while unemployment rates in Greece and Spain remain high. According to Eurostat, 24.423m women and men, of whom 18.394m […]
Splitska Banka, the subsidiary of the Societe Generale group in Croatia, is expanding its private banking offering for top-tier wealth management clients, supported by Societe Generale Private Banking (SGPB). Splitska Banka is reinforcing its offering and its teams in order to provide wealth management clients with access to additional high added-value services and advice for […]
With the first match of the World Cup opening in Brazil, BNY Mellon Investment Management examined if the footballing favourites are also expected to top the table in terms of economic performance
Marcus Svedberg , chief economist at East Capital, has noted Croatia’s inclusion as the latest member of the European Union.
The global financial crisis has put a brake on the integration of central and eastern European economies into the European Union, but growth drivers remain intact and innovation is needed to re-start the process, according to a report from Eerste Group.
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Dire growth rates and the threat of insolvency hanging over banks has caused Eaton Vance managers to heavily short both French and Spanish debt.
Research from Commerzbank Corporates & Markets indicates inflows into emerging markets funds have soared since the beginning of the year.
Herman Van Rompuy, president of the European Council, defends the decisions made by the majority of euro area leaders at the December 9 summit, while acknowledging the negotiation of an intergovernmental treaty to make the fiscal compact binding “will not be easy”.