Spanish economists see short-run benefits in structural reforms

Central Banking | 29 Jul 2014

Working paper published by Bank of Spain says product and labour market reforms could boost output and employment now and in the future

Topics: Spain, Bank of Spain, Eurozone, European Central Bank


Big eurozone economies dragged each other down during eurozone crisis

Central Banking | 06 May 2014

Topics: Eurozone, Financial crisis, Sovereign debt, credit default swaps, Germany, Italy, Spain, Greece

IMF praises ‘dramatic’ turnaround in Spanish bank sector

Central Banking | 21 Feb 2014

Topics: Spain, IMF, banks, Eurozone, OMT

Robert Pringle's Viewpoint: The eurozone’s unfinished business

Central Banking | 20 Feb 2014

Topics: Mario Draghi, European Central Bank, Paul Volcker, Christian Noyer, OECD, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Ireland, Portugal, euro

Linde says reforms should focus on ‘twin engines of growth’

Central Banking | 19 Feb 2014

Topics: Spain, Bank of Spain, Luis Linde

Risk discrimination 'essential', argues Bank of Spain deputy

Central Banking | 28 Jan 2014

Topics: Bank of Spain, Spain, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Basel III, Banking union, Eurozone, Leverage ratios

People: Bank of Portugal appoints ‘temporary’ chief economist; Bank of Spain reveals pride in ECB hire

Central Banking | 10 Jan 2014

Topics: Portugal, Banco de Portugal, Spain, Bank of Spain

Bank of Spain puts 'revolving door' under review

Central Banking | 18 Nov 2013

Topics: ECB, Spain, Bank of Spain

Bank of Spain deputy on what banking union will mean for national lenders

Central Banking | 14 Nov 2013

Topics: Spain, Bank of Spain, Banking union, Basel III

Bank of Spain's Linde touts comeback of local banks

Central Banking | 30 Oct 2013

Topics: Bank of Spain, Spain, Balance sheet, ECB, Luis Linde

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