Spanish GDP growth

During the first quarter, growth was robust in the US and in Spain

Expectations for Spanish GDP growth in 2019 rise to 2.3%

BBVA Research | The recovery of the Spanish economy will continue during the two years 2019-2020. In fact, and despite the risks which still hang over the scenario, growth expectations have been revised upwards one tenth to 2.3% for 2019 and remain at 1.9% for 2020.


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Lower consumer growth weighs on Spanish GDP growth in Q119

Bankinter | Three pieces of positive macro data on the Spanish economy:  GDP grew in the first quarter of 2019 by +2.4% yoy compared to the +2.3% expected and +2.3% in the previous quarter. In inter-quarterly rate accelerated unexpectedly to +0.7% from +0.6% in Q42018. Both are double that of the Eurozone and the 28.


Brussels gives Spain a pass mark on growth, but fails it on deficit

The Spanish economy is in the “champions league” in terms of GDP growth, but has failed the deficit, unemployment and debt exams. The autumn forecasts from the European Commission raised the deficit non-compliance to 4.7% of GDP for this year and 3.6% for 2016, well off the levels of 4.2% and 2.8%, respectively, previously agreed with Brussels.