In this report, we outline how the eurozone crisis has evolved. We discuss how European Monetary Union (EMU) membership shaped both the economic crisis itself and the crisis response.
The peripheral countries are at very different stages of economic recovery and rebalancing. Growth has returned and private and public balances have improved. Unemployment and public debt levels remain high, whilst part of the rebalancing may just be cyclical.
Monetary policies in the eurozone and US are on the verge of parting ways. For the world economy as a whole, there is a risk that this monetary divergence will fuel external imbalances among the largest economies.
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Most probably, the majority of the British people will vote in favour of EU membership in the Brexit referendum. A Brexit would be less favourable than retention of EU membership for both the UK and the EU due to the economic and political effects.
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Sub-Saharan Africa, climbing mount progress amidst a challenging environment.