October 10 2019 • Eric Barthalon and Alexis Garatti
After several episodes of stress observed in the U.S. money market, the Fed decided to inject liquidity into the banking system and restart Treasury Security purchases.
October 08 2019 • Bibby Financial Services and Euler Hermes Economic Research
Rising costs are the greatest challenge facing small businesses around the world, according to the latest Global Business Monitor study from Bibby Financial Services and Euler Hermes.
October 03 2019 • Lina Manthey
The conventional wisdom suggests that low interest rates are favorable for equities, but history tells a different story.
September 24 2019 • Ana Boata and Kai Gerdes
Most insolvencies of European SMEs & MidCaps do not come as a surprise. In fact, they are typically the consequence of ongoing corporate distress over several years.
September 19 2019 • Ludovic Subran, Alexis Garatti, Ana Boata and Georges Dib
Overactive policy makers, especially central bankers, will help avoid a global recession, but flatlining growth will be the norm.
September 11 2019 • Georges Dib
The Euler Hermes Enabling Digitalization Index measures the ability – and agility – of countries to help digital companies thrive and traditional businesses harness the digital dividend.
September 05 2019 • Alexis Garatti
The recent gathering of central bankers at the Jackson Hole symposium of August 2019 was the occasion for prominent members of the Fed to confess a sense of powerlessness when confronted with the consequences of the White House’s disruptive economic policy.
July 31 2019 • Stéphane Colliac and Chris-Emmanuel Blé
In 2020, the CFA Franc is turning 75 years old. Yet, divergence among members of the common currency arrangement calls for cautious optimism about its stability.
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The World Trade Organization (WTO) authorized today the U.S. to impose tariffs on EU-imported goods to cover an estimated annual loss of USD7.5bn in compensation for illegal state aid provided to aircraft maker Airbus.
The ISM manufacturing index fell for the seventh consec¬utive month and has now been below 50 points for two straight months, thus indicating contraction.
Earlier this week the Italian government presented its 2020 budget plan which sees it targeting a deficit of -2.2% of GDP – up from -2.1% in 2019.
Trade openness is not the best bargain in 2019, since world trade in goods already experienced three quarters of contraction and Morocco is no exception.
Two recent data releases are pointing towards a manufacturing recovery in Brazil.
Economic sentiment in the industrial sector of large eastern European economies has continued to worsen, by and large.
GDP growth was stable at +5.6% y/y in Q2 (unchanged from Q1).
The Reserve Bank of Australia (the central bank) lowered its key policy interest rate again by 25bp this week (after similar moves in June and July) to a record low of 0.75%, in a bid to boost the faltering economy.
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