An Investment Crisis in Europe: Towards a forceful takeover of the EIB 

We anticipated this in May: good news abounds in the eurozone, notably for the economic matters, with a “recovery” making Mr. Trump and Mrs. May jealous. This even encourages the ECB to consider reducing its quantitative easing programme earlier than expected, namely in January, before halting it in September 2018. Investments go up, unemployment declines, and surprisingly enough, so does the public debt…
Read more in the GEAB 118 / Oct 2017

United Kingdom: Towards a May-xit
“Since there is no future, the wanderings of the past are back in Europe”. On this topic, our team finds interesting to identify some sort of an echo of the Continental Blockade within the Brexit affair. There will be of course no strict parallel, but this parallel might show that Brexit is at least as much the result of a rejection of the UK by the continent as the other way around…
Read more in the GEAB 118 / Oct 2017