- Australia – slow growth, but no interest rate cut;
- Ghana – a remarkable court case;
- Latvia – Brussels gives the green light for Eurozone entry;
- Poland – the CB is not at the end of its easing cycle yet;
- Venezuela – shortages of dollars and basic goods going from bad to worse.
Further news in this report:
- FINLAND: The country has entered into yet another recession ….
- GERMANY: The outlook continues to be for moderate growth with very little inflation ….
- GREECE: With the IMF having approved another installment from the second bailout and with other positive signs, investors have suddenly become attracted to Greek risk ….
- IRAN: The latest addition to the US sanctions adds a global network of front companies to a blacklist ….
- ITALY: The EU has recommended lifting the excessive-deficit procedure to give Rome a bit more room for maneuver ….
- JAPAN: Statistics show the early sugar rush Abenomics have produced for the economy ….
- NIGERIA: There is currently little risk of the insurgency in the Niger Delta coming back to haunt the authorities in Lagos ….
- TURKEY: PM Erdogan may be forgiven for his wishful description of the demonstrators challenging him as wild-eyed extremists ….
To read the full report click on the link: Weekly Focus 6-06-13 (1)