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2018

18.01
2018: all eyes on oil (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)

 

2017

17.12
Stock markets are still euphorics: central banks are worried (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
17.11
In the US the approval of the tax reform by the end of the year become more likely (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
17.10
The extraordinary monetary policy in the US is over. ECB remains prudent (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
17.09
Geopolitical tensions are intensifying, US dollar weaker and weaker (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
17.08
Both US and Eurozone continue to grow without inflation (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
17.07
Inflation is shrinking in both the US and the Eurozone (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
17.06
17.05
17.04
17.03
17.02
17.01

 

2016

16.12
The US is preparing Trump era. The European scenario remains dominated by politics (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.11
The future international scenario is dominated by politics (Lucia Trevisan and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.10
World demand in trouble resizes the chances of a rate hike in the US by 2016 (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.09
16.08
All eyes on european stress test results: italian banks better than expected (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.07
Brexit: the victory of "Leave" surprises the markets. Risk aversion rises (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.06
16.05
No change in monetary policies: central banks act as market expects (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.04
Draghi surprises markets with new easing measures. USD falls. Oil prices rises softly (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.03
Global financial markets remain exuberant (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.02
The main stock markets fall sharply as a result of China and crude oil (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
16.01

 

2015

15.12
15.11
Markets wait for major central bank's decisions. No change in monetary policiy (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.10
Eyes on Fed: interest rates left unchanged. A rate hike is expected within this year (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.09
Growing concerns over the China's situation; high turbulence in the financial markets (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.08
China's stock market crashes. USA: positive signs of economic recovery (Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.07
15.06
Animated in the equity and bond markets (Marco Cervone, Lusia Gjonaj and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.05
US GDP and quarterly data below expectation: widespread stocks sales (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.04
ECB expansionary. Will Fed normalize its rates? (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.03
Yellen still dovish, Euro-Dollar toward parity (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.02
ECB launches its QE programme: 60 billion euros/month until September 2016 (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
15.01
US are likely to benefit from the increased risk aversion in international markets (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)

 

2014

14.12
Attention to U.S. core inflation data (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.11
USA: domestic strength meets overseas weakness (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.10
Strong dollar and diverging country growth paths (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.09
Focus on central banks. It is essential to manage market expectations (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.08
In USA the pace of growth has accelerated, in Euroarea the recovery has slowed down (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.07
Tapering and deflation, Fed's and ECB's challenges (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.06
Eu election results allow Draghi to move forward: stimulus measures expected (Marco Cervone and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.05
The US growth decline. Europe is preparing for elections (Federica Borin and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.04
BCE, the quantitative easing seems to be nearest (Federica Borin and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
14.03
14.02
14.01
United States: tapering starts; Italy: Is recession ended? (Federica Borin and Francesca Volo, italian version only)

 

2013

13.12
13.11
13.10
American shutdown jeopardizes the global recovery (Federica Borin and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
13.09
13.08
First positive signals by Euro Area and the deceleration of the China's economy. (Elisa Borin, Fausto Corradin and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
13.07
13.06
The evolution of the economic situation depends on the presence of many latent factors. (Fausto Corradin, Elisa Marcato and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
13.05
13.04
The recent evolution of Italy politic situation enhances the uncertainty in Eurozone. (Elisa Marcato and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
13.03
Italian election results bring back high volatility in Euro Area financial markets. (Elisa Marcato and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
13.02
13.01

 

2012

12.12
Recovery signals come from USA. It remains weakness in the other macroareas. (Elisa Marcato and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
12.11
12.10
12.09
12.08
Draghi's speech stems speculative pressure in Euro Area. Markets wait for the outcome of EU Summit (Valentina Ballestra, Elisa Marcato and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
12.07
The EU Summit: agreement on market stabilization measures (Valentina Ballestra, Elisa Marcato and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
12.06
High tension in Greece; concerns about the possible contagion effect (Valentina Ballestra and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
12.05
12.04
12.03
Recovery signs come from a widespread improvement in confidence indexes (Valentina Ballestra and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
12.02
The FOMC has announced the awaited revolution in communication (Valentina Ballestra and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
12.01

 

2011

11.12
The EU Area debt crisis is highly degenerate in the last month (Valentina Ballestra, italian version only)
11.11
11.10
Remains a strong weakness on consumption (Valentina Ballestra, italian version only)
11.09
11.08
Reached agreement on the US federal debt (Valentina Ballestra, italian version only)
11.07
11.06
Concern for U.S. government accounts. In Europe the recovery has been driven mainly by Germany (Valentina Ballestra and Francesca Volo, italian version only)
11.05
11.04
11.03
11.02
11.01

 

2010

10.12
10.11
10.10
10.09
10.08
10.07
Central Bankers delay their exit strategy from quantitative easing measures (Anne Baumgarten and Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
10.06
10.05
10.04
Euro Area leaders approved a support plan for Greece (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
10.03
European recovery trend has lost momentum (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
10.02
Concern for sovereign debt strenght (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
10.01
Chinese economy leads world recovery (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)

 

2009

09.12
09.11
09.10
A slow and difficult recovery is expected (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
09.09
09.08
Positive momentum for the American economy (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
09.07
Global recession is slowing (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
09.06
The ECB approved its first credit easing policies (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
09.05
09.04
Few positive signals but the situation remains bleak (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
09.03
09.02
Bleak outlook for supply (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
09.01
American cost of money is plummeted near zero (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)

 

2008

08.12
Global recession (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
08.11
Worldwide rate cuts in order to restrain the crisis (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
08.10
Turmoil on financial markets (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
08.09
Is Europe at risk of recession? (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
08.08
Even Europe shows signals of slackening (Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
08.07
Ecb tries to restrain the sharp rise in prices (Monica Da Sacco and Elisa Guerra, italian version only)
08.06
Fed is now concentrating on inflation (Monica Da Sacco, italian version only)
08.05
The United States are not in recession yet (Monica Da Sacco, italian version only)
08.04
Credit sector solvency is Fed main problem (Monica Da Sacco, italian version only)
08.03
Almost certain another rata cut for the US Fed (Monica Da Sacco, italian version only)
08.02
Monetary policy and fiscal incentives to support US Economy (Monica Da Sacco, italian version only)
08.01
Stagflation risk for the US economy (Monica Da Sacco, italian version only)

 

2007

07.12
Almost expected another cut to support US growth (Massimo Da Ros and Monica Da Sacco, italian version only)
07.11
07.10
The crisis of the building industry and credit still keep the Fed pending (Massimo Da Ros, english version: Leonardo Carati)
07.09
The issue of the subprime crisis shakes Central Bank’s decisions (Massimo Da Ros and Giorgia Fruscalzo, italian version only)
07.08
Despite recovery, uncertainty on US’s economy persists (Massimo Da Ros and Giorgia Fruscalzo, english version: Leonardo Carati)
07.07
The real GDP growth decelerates, but preoccupations with inflation expectations continue to be (Massimo Da Ros and Giorgia Fruscalzo, english version: Leonardo Carati)
07.06
ECB continues its tight monetary policy: others interest rate rises are foreseen within the end of the year (Massimo Da Ros and Giorgia Fruscalzo, english version: Leonardo Carati)

All extended reports are disposable only in Italian version.

 

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