Posts Tagged "Great Britain"

Household Wealth Italian drops to 8.619 trillion of euro

The Italian household wealth falls than in previous years. This is what reveals a study by the Bank of Italy. In 2011 the Italian household wealth has reached 8.619 billion euro, equivalent to just over 140 thousand euro per capita, and 350 thousand euro per household. Of these 8.619 billion the 62.8% are [...]

Italian fifth for household wealth

According to a study by the International Monetary Fund, the Global Financial Stability Report (available here in pdf format), Italian families are in fifth place in the world for financial wealth. The financial wealth of Italian households, calculated on pension funds, government bonds and equities, in 2010 is equal to 234% of GDP [...]

Cameron: "huge debt, in view of years of sacrifice"

In an interview with the Sunday Times, the new Prime Minister David Cameron English promises years of sacrifice for Britain "There is a huge debt that must be addressed. Cross your fingers, waiting for growth and hope to do it is not an answer "" One of the most shocking is the extent of the interest we pay on the [...]

Growing GDP in the euro area

In the first quarter of 2010, GDP in the euro area and the EU grew by 0.2% compared to the previous quarter, is what reveals a Eurostat report. Compared to the first quarter of the previous year, GDP in the euro area grew by 0.6%, in the EU, the increase was 0.5%. In France, GDP grew in the [...]

Euro area unemployment reaches 10.1%

The euro area unemployment rate has reached 10.1% in April compared to 10% the previous month, 0.9% more than in April 2009 (when it was at 9.2%). This is shown by a Eurostat report. The unemployment rate in the EU reached 9.7% in April, the same level of the previous month, [...]

Euro zone, the deficit / GDP ratio in 2009 reached 6.3%

The deficit / GDP ratio in 2009 reached 6.3%, compared to 2% in 2008, in the euro area and 6.8%, compared to 2.3% in 2008, in the European Union. This is revealed by a Eurostat report. In particular, the gross domestic product at market prices in euro (16 euro countries) reached in 2009 share [...]

Italy in the PIIGS?

In recent days, European stock markets suffered heavy losses, to weigh on European markets concerns the accounts of some EU countries. Initially, the country that aroused the greatest concern was Greece. Greece were added in the last days in Spain and Portugal. The EU commissioner for economic affairs [...]

Growing household debt Italian

The total debt of Italian households grew in 2009 surpassing the 524 billion euro, reveals a study of CGIA Mestre. The average debt per household was 21,270 euro. In the rest of Europe, however, the situation is worse than the Italian. In Spain, household debt has reached 896.7 billion [...]

China becomes the world's leading exporter, surpassed Germany

China has become the first exporting country in the world surpassing Germany. According to data released by the Federal Office of Statistics in Wiesbaden Germany in the first 11 months of 2009, German exports totaled 734.6 billion euro, equal to 1,050 billion dollars (exports in November rose 1.6% than [...]

In the EU, 6% of the population is foreign

According to a report by Eurostat to January 1, 2008 in the 27 countries of the EU were 30.8 million foreign citizens. Of these, 11.3 million are citizens of an EU resident in another EU member state and the remaining 19.5 million are immigrants. Of the 19.5 million of non-EU citizens 6 million come from [...]

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