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16 articles related to euro
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 E. G. | Writer / Editor | 26/07/11
Payment defaults, SIFIs, non-residents, ratings agencies, etc. – some of the many technical terms relating to the sovereign debt crisis and which merit an explanation. We provide some definitions.
By V Y | Editor | 07/03/12
Didier Valet, Chief Executive Officer of Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB), returns to the subject of adapting the Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) model within the Group.
By Letondu François | Economist | 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 Olivier de Boysson | Chief Economist – Emerging Countries at Societe Generale | 20/06/12
Periods of crisis generate tensions. The term "currency war" refers to the competitive devaluations prevalent in the 1930s.
By Benoit Heitz | Head of Global Economic Forecasting | 14/05/13
Why has the ECB again eased its monetary policy? How will developing the securitisation market help the euro zone?
By Xavier Denis | Chief economist for Private Banking | 23/01/13
Two things characterised 2012: the slowdown in activity in the US, the euro zone and China for most of the year and the ECB's intervention aiming to put an end to the sovereign debt crisis. The reduction of systemic risk in the euro zone thanks to the ECB's decisions has resulted in renewed appe ...