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18/01/2019 - Great success of the last BTP issuance at 15 years that have already had record requests for 35.5 billion euros, with two thirds of the demand from abroad. The result was probably due to the agreement reached on debt between Italy and the European Union.
18/01/2019 - The Italian economy will grow weak this year without slipping into recession, but both the GDP and the public accounts will be worse than the targets agreed by the government with Brussels. This is what emerges from the quarterly survey conducted by Reuters on the Italian economy.
18/01/2019 - Italian companies are likely to lose up to almost € 9 billion over the medium term in the event of a hard Brexit. In this case, the amount of duties on Italian goods exported to the United Kingdom would be almost 1.3 billion, due to an average duty of all sectors of around 5%.
15/01/2019 - After a 2018 in which the economic fundamentals of the Eurozone have strengthened, with the ECB's turnaround on quantitative easing, any weakening of growth could make 2019 a more problematic year for the European states.
15/01/2019 - China aims to start well in the first quarter as regards the economy and the authorities could launch new short-term stimulus measures to counter slow-down growth. Beijing is planning to lower the growth target for this year to 6-6.5% from the expected 6.6% for 2018.
15/01/2019 - In December the global collection of ETPs amounted to $ 67.2 billion - the second best month of the year - fueling annual flows to $ 514.8 billion and positioning 2018 as the second best year after 2017, despite the greater volatility of the stock market.
11/01/2019 - The British economy confirms its expansion in the third quarter of 2018. According to the final figures released by the ONS Statistical Office, GDP was revised upwards to + 0.2% above + 0.1% estimated in the previous reading and as expected by analysts.
11/01/2019 - In November 2018, the seasonally adjusted index of industrial production fell by 1.6% compared to October. Istat estimates it adding that in the average of the September-November 2018 quarter the level of production declined by 0.1% compared to the previous three months.
11/01/2019 - In the third quarter of 2018 the savings of Eurozone households rose to 12.3% from 12.1% in the second quarter. While investments remained stable at 9.1%. Eurostat communicates this.
09/01/2019 - The disposable income of Italian consumer households increased by 0.1% compared to the previous quarter, while consumption grew by 0.3%. As a result, the propensity to save was 8.3%, down 0.2 percentage points from the previous quarter.
09/01/2019 - 2018 was a complicated year for the asset management. But while mutual funds have seen a dramatic decline, the ETF have gained ground. In November, funding was negative for € 42.6 billion. From the beginning of the year the balance is in red for 62.3 billion euros. The ETF, on the other hand, recorded a trend in contrast, with positive net inflows for 700 million in October and 3.9 billion in November.
09/01/2019 - High public debt remains a constraint for the ratings of some euro area countries such as Italy, Portugal and Spain. The rating agency Moody's recalls that, for the economy of the region, it foresees a slowdown to 1.9% in 2019. The outlook of the euro area, according to Moody's, remains stable.
21/12/2018 - The Swedish central bank raised rates for the first time in more than seven years, but argued the need to proceed with caution due to uncertainty over inflation and global outlook. The Riksbanken raised the rate by 25 basis points to -0.25%.
21/12/2018 - In October, the portfolio of foreign investors in Italian government bonds fell by 3.4 billion euros. This was announced by Bankitalia in the context of the publication of balance of payments data.
21/12/2018 - The Fed raises interest rates by a quarter of a point. The cost of money rises between 2.25% and 2.50%. The Fed also reported two increases in interest rates in 2019, less than the three expected in September.
19/12/2018 - The Government of Japan has revised downward estimates of GDP growth and inflation. For the 2018 fiscal year, the government expects GDP growth of 0.9%, compared to the initial forecast of 1.5%. For the 2019 fiscal year, Japan's GDP is expected to increase by 1.3%, compared to the previously expected 1.5%.
19/12/2018 - An increase in interest rates of 25 basis points and a fall in the monetary tightening for 2019. These are the steps that would be ready to make the Federal Reserve, which at the end of the two days of the FOMC, would seem to ignore the positions expressed by Donald Trump.
19/12/2018 - The downhill of the IFO index, a thermometer of the German economy, continues slowly but interrupted. Analysts had expected stabilization, but business climate worsened to 101 from 102 in December.
14/12/2018 - November recorded a strong recovery in the flows of the global ETF market, with a total of € 53.1 billion, of which € 44.7 billion coming from the US market and € 3.2 billion from the European market.
14/12/2018 - Growth in Germany will slow down over the next few years, the Bundesbank said. The German central bank sees growth this year at 1.5%, below forecasts of 2% and 1.6% for the next two years, from the previous 1.9% and 1.6%.