Posts Tagged ‘Banking’

Political Briefing #56/2017

European media keep monitoring Polish judiciary reform, whereas refugee crisis and German election raise interest all around Europe. In other news, Greece has officially started to issue bonds, thus e...

Ideas Monitor #27/2016

This week, Ideas Monitor focuses on what is happening after the Brexit referendum, the problems of globalization, and the European economy....

Political Briefing #6/2016

“An acceleration of developments surrounding the EU referendum and increased news coverage has brought the UK’s EU referendum into the market’s focus. GBP is no longer trading largely on expecta...

Political Briefing #55/2017

Poland costitutonal reform is under the spotlight, whereas Athens is seeking to raise cash on financial markets again. Concerning Brexit issues, the UK economy is slowing down, while all around Europe...

Political Briefing #100/2016

The EC fined three major banks, for a total of almost €500 million. Brexit continues to be one of the main topics of discussion in Europe and an increasing attention is paid to France, as the date o...

Political Briefing #61/2016

"We work well together with the UK particularly when we talk about new rules for the EU. We have to develop those together with the UK ... you can much better have an influence on the debate when you ...

Political Briefing #48/2017

The SPD announced its official electoral programme for the German General elections of September. Meanwhile, the state-driven rescue of two Italian banks made the headlines in Italy and across Europe....

Political Briefing #69/2016

“We will not be blackmailed into accepting visa liberalisation by an increasingly autocratic regime in Ankara.” (Knut Fleckenstein, Vice-President of the S&D group in the European Parliament)...

Italy vs Weidmann: a Twitter based analysis

On April 26, the president of the Deutsche Bundesbank, Jens Weidmann, held a speech at the German embassy in Rome. He claimed the Italian government does not respect the fiscal discipline principles e...

Political Briefing #19/2016

“We must face together the humanitarian consequences of our decision. The country which we must support in particular is Greece. (…) A test of our European-ness will be, on the one hand, going bac...

Political Briefing #67/2016

“Turkey is a candidate country and a key partner for the European Union, and therefore the EU remains committed to working together with democratic, inclusive and stable Turkey to address our common...

Political Briefing #16/2016

“Europe today is facing a series of grave security challenges, from instability in the Middle East and the rise of Daesh [Isis], to resurgent Russian nationalism and aggression. Britain will have to...