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
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
without having to offer major debt relief for Greece. The cep does not believe that Greece’s public debt burden is sustainable. The cepDefault Index shows that there is no sign of Greece regaining its
economy is in a stubborn recession partly due to elevated labor costs. The cep already highlighted last year in its Default Index the urgent need for action in the country.
in traditional industries, and a rapidly aging population, S&P said. The cep already highlighted last year in its Default Index the urgent need for action in Finland.
a fourth consecutive year. Stubb called the development “worrying.” The cep already highlighted last year in its Default Index the need for action on the economic front in Finland.
The goal is to make the country’s economy competitive again via internal devaluation. The cepDefault-Index 2016 shows that falling creditworthiness has become firmly established in six eurozone countries:
in December, while imports climbed by 1.0 percent. According to the results of the latest cepDefault-Index 2016 , the eurozone's problems are not yet solved. The figures indicate that falling credi
tank based in Freiburg, Germany, said Britain’s creditworthiness fell for a fourth year in its Default-Index. A main reason for the decline in the 2017 reading was overspending by British consumers: Since
smart way and complete the job of fixing our public finances,” he remarked. See also our cepDefault-Index 2016