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136 resultados para 'debt'

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16:07

Opinion

In all but name

Mark Nayler

...fiscal plan to save jobs and businesses, and to deal with a debt level that will be the "highest in many decades". This was interpreted as follows by the Spanish daily El País: "Despite the cautious tones, the message remains clear: there will be no ... the unpopular measures enacted by Rajoy a decade ago. The Bank predicts that "deep budgetary reforms" will be required to control Spain's already-swollen public debt and to "prevent enormous social and economic costs". It has stated before that tax ... tourist in a month that usually marks the start of the summer season. And to top it all off, the country's public debt is expected to rise to around 120% of GDP this year, up from an already-dangerous level of just under 100%. Sánchez and the fiscal

15:02

Opinion

Terms and conditions

Mark Nayler

...as it is, without further debt being stacked onto a pile that's already in danger of toppling over. The head of Spain's independent fiscal watchdog, AIReF, recently outlined to congress just how tough the debt-maintenance challenge will be over the ... coming decade. In her address last week, Cristina Herrero forecast that for Spain to return its public debt to last year's level of just under 100% of GDP, it will have to balance its budget, which is currently running a deficit of just under 3%, by 2030

12:56

Opinion

Tune out the noise and stay the course

jeremy blatch | jb@ehh.gi

...strategy will help you to stay the course. If your strategy employs stock selection, you may wish to analyse balance sheets of companies with a large exposure of debt relative to equity, which will make them increasingly vulnerable, the longer the economic

17:16

Opinion

It's all relative

Mark Nayler

...really the only way to proceed given a backdrop of such profound uncertainty. Yet despite the frequency with which they're altered, such projections highlight the importance of perspective when evaluating things like public debt, GDP growth and the ... unemployment rate. In its worst case scenario, the Bank of Spain envisages public debt rising to 119% of GDP this year, possibly reducing (in its most optimistic projection) to 112% next year. The Bank's gloomiest forecast for unemployment sees it hitting a ... two other key economic indicators were already in the red: public debt hovered at just under 100% of GDP and at 14%, unemployment remained the second highest in the EU after Greece. These two statistics were cause for concern long before C19 came

14:56

Sport

The Al-Thani family's debt to Malaga CF totals five million euros

Antonio GÓNGORA

...management of the club, but also the club's immediate future. The judge in charge of the case, María de los Ángeles Ruiz, has already asked the sheikh and his children to produce a repayment schedule for this significant debt. José María Muñoz, the ... disappeared and repayments on their debts ceased, leaving a significant sum unpaid. According to the report published by Muñoz, up until June last year, the debt accumulated by the family totalled more than five million euros. The majority of that is owed by

17:32

Opinion

Gecko chamber

Peter Edgerton

...bags and left in search of his fortune and probably a tidier flat. I owe that little chap a huge debt of gratitude. For one thing, I'm sleeping more soundly now without that cheeky crack formation dive bombing mosquito squad serenading me nightly,

15:38

Opinion

What's the plan?

Mark Nayler

...flexible predictions, public debt could rise from its current level of just under 100% of GDP to around 124% in 2021. Next year could also see the budgetary deficit, which Spain's current government finally brought beneath the EU-imposed ceiling of 3% in ... 2019, rise to around 11%. The only way to avoid hitting these dangerous levels of debt, said Hernández de Cos, was to "eliminate superfluous spending" and "amend the tax system". In other words, the governor recommends a reduction in public expenditure ... claimed that the only way Spain could avoid a public debt crisis was by formulating a fiscal programme covering "several terms" (and therefore, potentially, several changes of government) and securing cross-party support for it as soon as possible. But