International Economic Trends: Europe Slides Into a Recession

November 2nd, 2012
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The St. Louis Fed produces a monthly international graphic digest of economic pulse points of the USA trading partners.  Following the "read more", Econintersect has provided an extract showing the evidence that Europe is in a recession.

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  1. Explorer says :

    In the absence of a fiscal union, analysing Europe as a whole is not all that informative. A country by country analysis is to be preferred. The PIIGS have been in recession for about 4 years. With 25% unemployment and 50% youth unemployment in some of them I don't know why there is not revolution and anarchy. Has the black economy given most of the un/underemployed an income over and above benefits?



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