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Helicopter Money Flies To The Rescue In Eurozone

Helicopter money is here for anyone to spend how they like but no one dares admit the truth, says HSBC Bank. Helicopter money is often...

Are You A Victim Of The Currency Wars?

If you’re an expat, it’s likely you’re the victim of a hush-hush currency war without even knowing. Currency wars are taking place all over the...

Shock ECB Stimulus Package Fires Up Markets

Shares jumped in the New York, London and Europe as the European Central Bank surprised the markets with a new raft of measures aimed...

Business News Round Up – Wednesday, March 2, 2016

A round-up of the day’s most important business news stories from around the world with links to more detailed information Free banking is a ‘brilliant...

Referendum 2016 Frenzy Kicks Off With Draft EU Deal

David Cameron is not the first British prime minister to return from Europe waving a piece of paper hailed as a breakthrough in our...

USA And Europe – The Ups And Downs Of Economics

The clear divergence in economic growth between the USA and Europe has become more apparent with announcements from leaders of the central banks on...

Euro Unlikely To Bounce Back Against The Dollar

Expats paid in US dollars or the euro can expect to see huge changes in their fortune over the coming months, according to foreign...

What is the European Economic Area?

The European Economic Area or EEA is a group of countries that allow the free movement of people, goods, services and finance within the...

Grim Greeks Face Bleak Eurozone Future

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has pledged pensions and salaries will be paid despite bank cash machines starting to run out of cash. Displaying a...

Spain Bounces Back After Years Of Recession

After six years in the economic wilderness, Spain is accelerating to outpace growth across the Eurozone. In fact, the economy is growing so fast, the...

Eurozone Finally Pulling Out Of Downward Spiral

After years stuck in the doldrums, the Eurozone economy is finally showing signs of recovery, according to financial analysts. The decisive move was the European...

Inflation Hits Five-Year Low For Developed Economies

Falling food and energy prices are contributing to slowing or stable inflation in most Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries. Year-on-year for the...

Is deflation good or bad?

Deflation is the watchword of economists as inflation drops in many of the world’s leading economies and the spectre of deflation looms large for...

Eurozone Deflation After Months Of Stagnation

The Eurozone has finally slipped into deflation after months of morbid economic inactivity. Inflation was -0.2% in December, according to a statement from Eurostat, the...

Big Guns Turned On Deflation In Currency Wars

Currency wars are breaking out to tackle rampant deflation that is crippling economies around the world. It’s bit like a global game of pass the...

House Prices Stagnate Across Most Of Europe

House prices across most of Europe are stagnating, according to new figures from the European Union statistics body. Prices only increased year-on-year in 14 countries...

End For Massive Mobile Phone Roaming Bills In Sight

Eurocrats have voted to axe hugely expensive mobile phone roaming charges across the European Union. Roaming fees are extra charges paid by expats and travellers...

European Healthcare Changes For Expat Workers

British workers across Europe will fall under the new European Union Healthcare Directive that comes into force from October 1, 2013. Under the directive, workers...

Europe Shines Spotlight On Shadow Banking

The murky world of shadow banking is the next target of financial regulators. Shadow banking is carried out by financial organisations that are not banks,...

Global economy is on road to recovery, says OECD

The world’s eight leading economies are growing stronger and the rate of expansion is predicted to continue for the rest of 2013, according to...