The Spanish exchange turnover reached €641.76 billion to the end of November. The number of equity trades to the end of November reached 38.5 million, of which 2.2 million were traded in November.
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MADRID | By Carlos Díaz Guell | There are more than 27 million homes in Spain and some 50 percent date back 30 years, and 50 years in a fifth of the housing stock.
The resignation of Italy’s Prime Minister, announced on December 7, has caused some concern in Italy and abroad. But in the face of Silvio Berlusconi’s attempt to exploit social unrest, what other path was open to a technocratic government that has made such an effort to rehabilitate the country?
MADRID | The Spanish government is still in negotiations with both CECA and AEB, and the housing industry, in order to fulfil an official decree whose aim is the protection of vulnerable insolvent mortgage debtors.
Citigroup analysts JLM Campuzano reviews the national politics in the euro zone, and how they are making it hard for the economy to exit the crisis.
SAN FRANCISCO | By Andrew Pollen | As the economic downturn continues in Spain, entrepreneurs are increasingly flocking to Silicon Valley as a growth strategy. For several of them, the tactic is paying big dividends.
BEIJING | Besides the scientific approach to development, Chinese must be able to enjoy welfare to achieve a moderately prosperous society.
MADRID | By José Hervás, Capital Madrid | Basel III in Spain will close 10 bank offices a day over the next three years to have between 25,000 to 30,000 offices in total.
During a recent visit to Wharton’s San Francisco campus, Perkins talked about his long career in technology entrepreneurship, noting at one point that successful entrepreneurs need to carefully thread the needle as they tackle the crucial issue of risk.
By CaixaBank Research | Emerging Europe continues to present two very different faces: while it has been going through a relatively calm time since the summer in terms of the financial stress resulting from the euro area’s sovereign debt crisis, the trend in data for activity has yet to improve to any notable extent.