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  • Edition March 20, 2015 France: Top 3 imports from Russia

    Russia is France's tenth-ranking trading partner for imports. Some 85% of imports are mineral fuels, mineral oils and distillates (coal, coke and briquettes, petroleum and derivatives, natural gas and manufactured gas, electrical energy).

    France: Top 3 imports from Russia

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  • Edition March 2015 China: Consumer price index

    China's consumer price index rose by 0.8% y/y, compared with 1.5% the previous month, - its lowest level since November 2009. In parallel, food and producer prices rose 1.1% and fell by 4.3% respectively. The increase in food prices should be compared with the 2.9% increase in December and producer prices with a drop of 3.3%. In both cases, at any rate, these figures are the lowest for at least five years. Elsewhere, exports fell by 3.3% y/y last month, whereas they had risen by 9.7% in December. And imports fell by 19.9%, after a drop of 2.4% in the previous month.

    China: Consumer price index

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  • Edition February 27, 2015 Spain: Metroscopia opinion polls for El Pais (estimated votes)

    In February 2015, Metroscopia opinion poll showed that if elections were to be held today, Podemos would lead both the PP and the PSOE with 27.7% of votes versus 20.9% for the PP.

    Spain: Metroscopia opinion polls for El Pais (estimated votes)

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  • Edition January 2015 France: Mortgage lending rates

    Mortgage lending rates are likely to stop falling and stabilise.Long-term rates could rise very gradually in 2015. Lending rates stop falling could lead to a slight fall-off in sales in the pre-owned sector and more marked price falls.

    France: Mortgage lending rates

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  • Edition February 6, 2015 Greece: debt reduction proposals

    The lower primary surplus option is highly vulnerable to a negative growth shock with a strong risk for debt sustainability.In absence of shocks there is a chance for Greece. Otherwise, the 'extend and pretend' strategy makes sense only if it is buying time for a more constructive solution.

    Greece: debt reduction proposals

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