The DACH region was responsible for almost 25% of domestic arrivals in Europe, over 10% of European international arrivals, and nearly 25% of...

Every European city is eager to label itself as a “Tech City”. However, the term is fluid and ambiguous. In this research briefing we produce a...

While we expect the eurozone economy will recover its pre-virus output level in early 2022, with a slightly faster recovery in industry, the...

Negotiations on a UK-EU free-trade agreement have continued to make frustratingly slow progress and this week has seen both sides ratchet up the...

The outbreak of coronavirus in Europe and the subsequent containment measures have severely affected economic activity in all major cities during...

The next five weeks will be crucial in determining whether the UK and EU can achieve a free-trade agreement. We still estimate the chance of a...

The COVID-19 outbreak has devastated city tourism, with global city arrivals forecast to decline 58% in 2020, equivalent to the loss of 373mn...

Eurozone lending broadly continued its trend from the recent months in July. The M3 monetary aggregate annual growth rate picked up by 1...

July’s inflation figures, which revealed sharper-than-expected rises in core measures of inflation in the US, eurozone, and UK, suggest that core...