This year will see more emerging market countries raise interest rates than at any point since the pre-financial crisis uplands of 2006, analysts at JP Morgan predict.
The national accounts can be analyzed in three different dimensions. Each is of interest, because each tells a story about the structure of the economy. These three dimensions are: (1) value added from the production side, (2) value added from the aggregate demand side and (3) value added from the income side. Let's have a look.
Automakers have welcomed a recent government decision to extend previously introduced tax cuts on automobiles until the end of March, hailing it as a boost to sales in the domestic market.
The Hellenic Association of Pharmaceutical Companies (SFEE) has reacted to a Health Ministry proposal to change the calculation of the so-called "clawback."
The clawback is the amount that pharmaceutical companies have to return to the state when public spending on drugs exceeds the amount budgeted for.
Inflation is an extremely tricky disease that can occur under 'n' shapes, on Monday asserted the National Bank of Romania (BNR)'s governor Mugur Isarescu at the "Inflation in past ten years" conference, adding that the inflationary pressure as well as our deficits are largely structural.
The consumer price index has seen a 21.62-percent annual hike in November, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) said.