RaboResearch - Economic Research

Country Report

Luxembourg: staying on top in a changing environment

Luxembourg continued to show robust growth in 2015. New fiscal and financial regulation is heading towards Luxembourg, challenging its financial sector-driven growth model.

Economic Report Dutch version

Regional outlook Europe

This regional study on Europe focuses on the economic outlook and risks for the entire region, but also on the differences between countries within the area. The purpose of the study is to both benchmark European countries on economic developments and fundamentals and to create a comprehensive view on where Europe’s economies are heading.

Economic Report Dutch version

Politics - European trends, national consequences

European countries face a number of internal destabilising political trends while externally they continue to face threats, particularly from Russia. Meanwhile, TTIP and the Juncker administration may add some geopolitical clout to the EU.

Economic Report

Risk of de-globalization

This article is part of a series of Special Reports that discuss the downside risks to the global economic outlook. In this piece, we take a closer look at the risk of de-globalisation.

Economic Report

The Great Uncertainty (compilation)

This article is the introduction of a series of Special Reports that discuss the downside risks to the global economic outlook, as presented in Rabobank Outlook 2012.

Economic Report

Risk of financial repression in the West

This article is part of a series of Special Reports that discuss the downside risks to the global economic outlook. In this piece, we take a closer look at the risk of financial repression in the West.

Economic Report

Risk of eurozone break-up

This article is part of a series of Special Reports that discuss the downside risks to the global economic outlook. In this piece, we take a closer look at the risk of eurozone facing a wave of sovereign defaults or even completely breaking up.

Economic Report Dutch version

Strengthening bank crisis management

Since the credit crisis, regulators and supervisors around the world have been making plans to minimise the likelihood and impact of new banking crises. Strengthening the arrangements for bank crisis management is a part of this.