Articles tagged as: eurozone
September 18th, 2014
Continue reading Spanish Employment Grew Three Times the Eurozone’s in Second Quarter
September 9th, 2014
Continue reading Eurozone Growth Stagnates in Second Quarter
September 5th, 2014
Continue reading Lowering Wages Counterproductive, Says OECD
August 26th, 2014
Continue reading Spain Leads European Construction Growth in Second Quarter
August 25th, 2014
Continue reading Spain Still Selling Mortgages with Controversial Ground Clause
August 5th, 2014
Continue reading Eurozone Unemployment Rate Dropped to 11.5% in June
July 31st, 2014Housing is a significant economic sector in the economy of any country. Through it, you can not only identify the quality of life of a nation, but also their standard of living and their economic situation. For this reason, Casaktua.com has conducted a study on Europe which analyses the situation ...
Continue reading Spanish Homes Among the Cheapest in Europe
July 30th, 2014The collapse in house prices recorded in Spain in recent years could come to an end next year, when the real estate sector will experience a moderate recovery as a result of improving economic conditions and the growing interest of foreign investors, says the ratings agency Standard & Poor's, which ...
Continue reading S & P Predicts End of Falling House Prices in Spain for 2015
July 23rd, 2014According to data from the EU statistics office, Eurostat, the Spanish construction sector is once again looking buoyant, as the production in this sector registered an increase of 42.4% year-on-year in May, the highest percentage in Europe. This percentage is well above the increases registered for the eurozone (3.5%) and ...
Continue reading Spanish Construction Sector Fastest Growing in Europe
July 22nd, 2014
July 18th, 2014According to projections contained in the Coyuntur report for the second quarter of 2014, prepared by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism, Spain will receive 22.7 million international tourists in the third quarter of the year, coinciding with the summer months, which is an estimated increase of 1.7% compared ...
Continue reading 22.7 Million International Tourists Expected in Spain This Summer
July 17th, 2014
Continue reading Spain House Price Declines Moderate
July 3rd, 2014The unemployment rate in the eurozone remained stable in May for the second consecutive month, at 11.6%, its lowest level since September 2012, which represents a decrease of four tenths over the figure for May 2013, according to the latest figures from the EU statistical office, Eurostat, which places Spain ...
Continue reading Spain Still Second Country in Eurozone with Highest Unemployment
June 23rd, 2014
Continue reading Spain Cheapest EU Country to Eat, Drink and Smoke
June 20th, 2014According to data published this week by the EU statistics office, Eurostat, the income per capita in Spain fell to 95% of the European Union (EU) average in 2013, compared to the 96% registered in 2012, and stood at 13 points below the eurozone average (108%). The wealth per inhabitant ...
Continue reading Income Per Capita in Spain Fell to 95% of EU Average in 2013