RaboResearch - Economic Research

Economic Quarterly Report Dutch version

European balance sheet repairs

We expect only a moderate continuation of the economic recovery for Europe as a whole this year, not least as a result of the efforts to reduce deficits since the crisis in the European periphery.

Economic Quarterly Report Dutch version

The Netherlands: Who will take over the driver’s seat?

After contracting sharply by 3.9% in 2009, the Dutch economy grew in real terms by 1.7% in 2010.While the recovery has so far been driven primarily by exports, the Netherlands will not be able to count on as much growth from abroad in the years ahead.

Country Report

Indonesia (Country Update)

After growing 4.5% in 2009, the economy is back to its pre-crisis growth level of around 6%. Downside risks to growth are a lower than expected global growth, a reversal of foreign capital flows, and/or a bursting asset bubble.

Economic Quarterly Report Dutch version

United Kingdom: economic snowdown

The economic recovery remains sluggish. Households are facing major headwinds and the export outlook remains uncertain. Yet, the government still plans to go ahead with its consolidation measures while hoping for the best.