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14:30

National

Taking stock of the economy a decade after the start of the crisis

DAVID VALERA

Ten years on from the start of the financial downturn Spain is showing many signs of a strong recovery. However, to work out if “the crisis” is truly over, economic data coming in from the year just finished needs to be compared with that from ... and has grown at 3% for the last three years, meaning GDP is back at pre-crisis levels. Analysts say that the economy is more balanced now, with a healthier swing towards increased exports. The trade deficit has declined some 80% since 2007 and

18:14

Opinion

Can you credit it?

Mark Nayler

...constitutes a positive take on the medium-term economic impact on Spain of the Catalonia crisis - assuming, that is, that we take any notice of it whatsoever. Fitch's upgrading of the Spanish economy puts Spain in the A grade for the first time since 2012, ... classes are aimed at businesses and governments and are intended to indicate how risky an investment is. The fact that Spain now occupies Fitch's A grade tells us that the agency doesn't think the Catalonia crisis has affected Spain's status as a borrower ... word of what the big ratings agencies say anymore. We should not forget their role in causing the American subprime mortgage crisis of 2007 and the global meltdown that followed - a topic explored in the fascinating 2010 book The Big Short by Michael

19:09

Local

Malaga creates 30,000 jobs in a year and 600,000 are in work

NURIA TRIGUERO

After nine years, Malaga once again has 600,000 people in work. It is a level which hadn't been reached since 2008, when the crisis began to knock at the door of the local economy, and now the latest Survey of the Active Population (EPA), for 2017, ... provinces most affected by unemployment, because there are still 157,400 people registered as out of work. In fact, although we can say that employment has practically returned to pre-crisis levels, that is not the case with unemployment. This paradox

13:44

LifeStyle

Is this an old man?

SUR

However, their social status has risen in recent years with the economic crisis: “many have played a vital role in supporting their families, thanks to their pensions,” he says. Other experts say that although originally an 'anciano' was a person with a

18:58

Local

New housing projects have increased by nearly 60% to the highest level since 2008

NURIA TRIGUERO

...these figures reflect “sustained growth” - they have increased for three consecutive years - so it can now be said that the sector is coming out of the economic crisis. However, he stressed that the numbers are still small compared with the pre-crisis ... expects that level to be reached in four or five years. Sarabia warns that a new property bubble cannot be ruled out, because “this would not be the first time that people have failed to learn from a crisis,” but the president of the association of ... builders and developers ACP, Emilio López, doesn't agree. In fact, he thinks it is unlikely. “Prices are going up moderately and they are starting from levels which are 30 per cent lower than before the crisis. Also, developers used to be able to obtain a

11:29

LifeStyle

The steps of the lost

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...which many families are unable to afford. In some places organisations like Cruz Roja can help them join the telephone assistance service. The economic crisis, says Amills, has made dependent elderly people more vulnerable. “Some families have had to

11:34

Sport

So where is the sheikh?

ANTONIO GÓNGORA / D. FINCH

Malaga. With the club facing the biggest sporting crisis during his reign as owner, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani continues his prolonged absence from the city. The sheikh has not been seen since returning to Qatar in May to observe Ramadan and has

11:44

Opinion

In with the new

Mark Nayler

Clearly, Rajoy - who has been at the helm of his vilified party for fourteen years and has stood for prime minister five times - is being punished for his handling of the Catalonia crisis, as well as for corruption within the PP. But the Metroscopia poll ... corruption within the PP and his handling of the latest Catalonia crisis have sealed his fate. All of which is playing into the hands of pro-business, market-friendly Ciudadanos (“Citizens”). Albert Rivera's centre-right newcomer is now the strongest force