The Heavy Slab of Low Growth in Europe

The global economic slowdown is a palpable fact for the big economic blocs. All of them have cut growth estimates during this year, but we must highlight the specific case of Europe, which is positioned as the economic block with the lowest growth.

For this year, the IMF projects economic growth for the world of 3 %. Emerging and developing economies will grow by 3...

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Paradox in Europe: Wages, Productivity and Inflation Are Disconnected

Economic theory says that wages are linked to productivity, that is, that productivity improvements will be reflected in workers’ salary improvements and that wage pressures impact on high inflation rates.

But the truth is that in Europe it has been showing an interesting paradox to analyze in relation to wages, to the progress of productivity and inflation levels in recent years.

Salaries have in...

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The Tax Burden of Spain: Bad News for the Treasury, Good News for Taxpayers

Among many political parties, it is fashionable to incorporate what the State must “spend like in Europe” or “equalize at European levels” to achieve the strengthening of the Welfare State.

But free-spending does not exist … if it is in the present it is in charge of income, and if it is spent, even more, it is compromising future income, in other words, debt.

So let’s put data into these rhetoric...

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We Will End up Having Digital Giants in Europe Such as Google and Apple (Or so Gvg Capital Predicts) (Part 2)

Although a few decades ago there were several European companies that rubbed shoulders with the world leaders in the technology sector, little by little the Europeans were giving up positions, until we dropped into the arms of the almighty GAFA, the mobiles of China, or others So many foreign and technological components, key to our economic activity and on which we depend without many alternative...

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