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48 Related articles for Analysis
By Letondu François | Analyste économique | 25/10/10
Economic growth nearly four times that of France in H1 2010. The lowest unemployment rate in 18 years. Germany is turning heads.
By Daniel Fermon | Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) Research Manager, SG CIB | 01/09/10
With companies now seeing their finances improve, whether in Europe, the US or Asia, opportunities for mergers seem plentiful.
By David Bourban | Legal Advisor | 06/08/10
In the wake of the crisis and the strengthening of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), the French market regulator (AMF) is asking banks to confirm the knowledge of employees who inform on, advise on, or carry out transactions on financial instruments.
By Ariel Emirian | Deputy chief economist, emerging markets | 06/04/10
Russia was one of the countries hardest hit by the international financial crisis, but over the last few months there has been a gradual turnaround in the Russian economy.
By Olivier Garnier | Chief economist at Societe Generale | 21/01/10
Olivier Garnier answers questions on the crisis, the economic contect for 2010 and the challenges facing governments.
By Cyril Lepeu | Director Europe Real Estate, SG Private Banking | 21/12/09
After dark months for the industry, positive signals in the property market are fuelling hopes of a rebound; in key markets sales are picking up – but caution still applies.
By Véronique Riches-Flores | Head of Thematic Research, Chief economist | 18/11/09
A cautious scenario suggests that emerging markets could account for more than 50% of global consumer demand growth out to 2015.
By Michala Marcussen | Head of Strategy and Economic Research, SGAM Paris | 06/11/09
The only alternative today to pricing oil in dollars is to price it in euros. However, such a switch would in itself have a negligible impact. The real issues to consider are the currency policies of major oil exporters and major oil importers.
By Yvan Mamalet | economist at SGAM | 02/10/09
We believe that tighter monetary policy is still a long way down the road despite the end of the period of GDP contraction and tumbling inflation.
By Didier Borowski | Economist at SGAM | 25/09/09
Hopes of a "V-shaped recovery" accompanied by a rapid fall in unemployment are far too optimistic.