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Spain’s decade-long depression finally seems to be over. The country is enjoying a labor market recovery and a tourism boom.
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The French economy has been outperforming thanks to fashionable exports, favorable demographics, and an attractive investment environment.
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The outlook for the Eurozone is not looking positive for 2024, especially if the European Central Bank continues on its current path.
5 minutes
Many assume young workers are driving the push towards remote work, but age alone does not determine whether one is working onsite or not.
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A century ago, John Maynard Keynes envisioned a future world where a 15-hour work week was the norm. Was he really so far off the mark?
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Corporate greed has been wrongly blamed for this bout of inflation. Greedflation isn't the problem. Excess growth and labor shortages are.
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After years of stagnation following the Eurozone crisis, Southern Europe has turned the tables and is now outperforming the rest of the Eurozone.
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Ireland was predicted to fall victim to American tech companies' slowdown earlier this year, but employment has held up strongly.
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A massive inflow of Ukrainian refugees has boosted Poland’s labor supply and is contributing to its economy outperforming the rest of Europe.
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How can a country with five million inhabitants distort the GDP of Europe, an economic area with more than 340 million people?
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Eurozone inflation remains too hot, but commodity prices and distorted supply chains are no longer the causes. It's excess demand.
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