According to our analysis, eurozone consumers are raring to get spending as soon as restrictions are eased. Our modelling, based on a range of...

We forecast that seven out of Europe’s top 30 cities will see their GDP return to pre-pandemic levels in 2021. The rest will have to wait until...

The Romanian economy has been growing fast, but at a price of a massive twin deficit and high reliance on external funding.

We expect eurozone business investment to stage a vigorous recovery this year, boosted by a rebound in sales as the economy reopens. Booming...

Spain is both less energy efficient – it requires more energy to produce one unit of output – and more reliant on oil than its European peers....

Should the ECB cancel the public debt it holds as a direct way to lower debt ratios and free up fiscal resources? Some prominent economists have...

The ECB will ramp up its monthly asset purchases under the PEPP over the coming quarter using the QE program’s existing flexibility. The decision...

According to our analysis, reforms planned by Italy’s new Prime Minister Mario Draghi could reverse some of the lacklustre growth and debt...

Mediterranean countries suffered some of the largest GDP losses experienced in the eurozone last year, due in part to the collapse in tourism. In...

With January’s detailed inflation report showing that transitory factors causedmuch of the month’s surprisingly large rise, a partial retracement...