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By Takuji Aida | Chief Japan Economist of Societe Generale | 19/09/13
Tokyo will host the 2020 Olympic Games! The news has been warmly welcomed by the Japanese people, Shinzo Abe's government and the financial markets. Takuji Aida, Chief Japan Economist of Societe Generale, helps us decipher the expected economic impact of Tokyo being the host city for the 2020 Ol ...
By Y V | Editor | 12/07/13
" We have achieved all of them. We successfully implemented a balance sheet reduction programme and an asset disposal plan that bolstered the Group’s financial strength. We complied with the growing number of requirements issued by regulatos with regard to capital and liquidity, and we are confi ...
By Šantić Zdeslav | Economist at Splitska banka | 01/07/13
"Croatia is becoming an EU member at a really particular moment, both for the Croatian economy and for European integration." Zdeslav Šantić, economist at Splitska banka, gives us his vision of the economic prospects for the country and its banking sector.
By Benoît Heitz | Head of Global Economic Forcasting | 25/06/13
Between 1999 and 2012, France's current account balance worsened markedly, going from a surplus of EUR35bn to a deficit of around EUR40bn.
By Y V | Editor | 20/06/13
The crisis still has the same bite, as illustrated by the poor growth performances in developed countries.
By Benoît Heitz | Head of Global Economic Forecasting | 07/05/13
Why has the ECB again eased its monetary policy? How will developing the securitisation market help the euro zone?
By Flavie Brunetti | Editor | 26/03/13
China is currently going through a challenging transition period on both the political and economic fronts. What are the consequences of the leadership transition? How may the monetary policy evolve in the context of galloping inflation? What are the long-term macro trends in China? Wei Yao, our ...
By Benoît Heitz | Head of Global Economic forecasts | 21/02/13
Less risk in 2013, but not much more growth than in 2012.
By Marc Friso | Economist | 23/01/13
The country has been back on a growth track since the end of the post-election crisis in early 2011. GDP growth is set to remain strong at around 7% in 2013-17 after +8.6% in 2012. A marked contrast with the past decade.
By Xavier Denis | Chief economist for Private Banking | 23/01/13
As summer came to a close, statements made by Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank (ECB), restored some of the investor confidence missing in previous summers characterised by falling stock values.