The cepDefault-Index for the United Kingdom shows that both the British GDP deflator and the unit labor costs rose faster than in the EU as a whole. A high consumption rate and a declining competitiveness have resulted in the net need for loans from abroad reaching more than four percent of GDP since 2013.
The cepDefault-Index 2017 suggests that there is a greater differentiation in national bond yields and points out that the trends in creditworthiness of the eurozone countries diverge starkly. Whilst the creditworthiness of two thirds of the eurozone countries is increasing year on year (such as in Germany and the Netherlands), it is diminishing just as steadily in other eurozone countries or, as in the case of Greece, has long since disappeared.
Results of Euro Countries:
Apart from Greece and Portugal, also Cyprus and Malta belong to the highest risk category, while Italy, Spain and France bel