• What Brexit means for British buyers

    The UK’s decision to leave the European Union raises some important questions. Here’s how it will affect British buyers in Spain.

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  • The Impact of Brexit

    Britain’s referendum on EU membership will take place on 23rd June 2016. Kyero has looked at what this means for the Spanish property market.

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  • Kyero Spanish Property Market Confidence Index Q1 2015

    The new  Q1 2015 Kyero Spanish Property Market Confidence Index reveals divisions in the market.  – 71% of agents feel more confident in the Spanish property market than 1 year ago  – 30% of English-speaking agents see stronger sterling as …

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  • Repsol Abandons Canary Islands Project

    Repsol has decided to abandon their controversial exploration of hydrocarbons in the Canary Islands after finding that the discovery of gas there (from methane to hexane) is insufficient in quantity and quality in order to merit extraction.  The company said …

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  • Spain’s Economic Confidence Highest Since June 2007

    The economic confidence of Spain in December stood at its highest rate since June 2007, before the outbreak of the financial crisis that led to the great economic recession, reaching 105.6 points, compared with 104.2 the previous month, thanks to …

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  • Consumer Confidence Dropped 3.2 Points in November

    Data from the latest Consumer Confidence Index published on Wednesday by the Sociological Research Centre (CIS), shows that consumer confidence in Spain fell by 3.2 points in November, in relation to the previous month, to stand at 83.6 points, due …

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  • Spaniards are the Europeans who Travel Most by Public Transport

    According to the latest Eurobarometer survey entitled ‘Attitudes of European Citizens Towards the Environment’, published last week by the European Commission, 59% of Spaniards say that they travel by public transport as much as possible, instead of by car, and …

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  • Spain Leads Improvement in Eurozone Economic Confidence

    Economic confidence in the eurozone recorded an improvement of 1.6 points in December over the previous month, putting the indicator level at 100 basic points, its highest level since July 2011, in line with the historical average of the indicator, …

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  • Spain 18th in Ranking of Most Admired Countries

    According to the 2013 Country RepTrak Report from the Reputation Institute, Spain, with 62 points, has dropped two positions from its 2012 position, placing it at No. 18 in the list of most admired countries, a ranking which has been …

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  • Spanish Investors Among Least Optimistic for 2013

    According to a study carried out recently by the international investment manager, Schroders, Spanish investors, along with the Italians and Portuguese, showed the least confidence in investment opportunities for the current year. The survey, conducted among 14,800 investors from over …

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  • Marbella Voted Spain’s Top Beach Destination

    Marbella has been voted Spain’s most-valued beach destination in a study by the firm Oak Power Communication (OPC) which surveyed 630 journalists from around the world – mostly from Germany, England, Eastern European countries, Latin America, France and the United …

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  • Rajoy Responds to Calls for Resignation

    Responding to calls for his resignation following allegations last week that he had, while in power, accepted illegal “hidden” bonus payments, Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, announced that his income tax return and declaration of personal wealth is to be …

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  • 86% of Spanish Have Changed their Shopping Habits

    According to a global study carried out by consultancy firm, Nielsen, 86% of the Spanish claim to have changed their buying habits over the last year in order to save on household expenses. This percentage is “well above the European …

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  • Eight in Ten Spanish Don’t Think Unemployment Will Fall This Year

    According to a survey carried out by the human resources company, Randstad, after the Government announced the proposed the labour reform, 84% of Spanish do not believe that more jobs will be created this year or that the unemployment rate …

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  • Van Rompuy Calls for Another EU Leaders Summit

    The European Council President, Herman Van Rompuy, announced last Thursday his intention to convene another summit of EU leaders in late January or early February 2012 in order to finalise the new intergovernmental treaty on tightening fiscal discipline in the …

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