Properties: Reasons to Boost Their Prices

The constant upward trend in property prices is an international phenomenon. In the Eurozone, the growth rate of house prices for Q2 2021 reached 6.8% on an annualized basis. Respectively, in OECD countries, nominal house prices increased by 12.3% on average, on an annual basis. The countries with the highest house prices were Turkey (30.2%), …

What Does “Climate Neutral” Business Mean?

The number of companies announcing that they are or will become climate neutral is growing. Accepting a company as “climate neutral” means that they will absorb more greenhouse gas emissions than they produce. It is the trend of the time, companies to realize the changes that are taking place and in turn try to co-shape …

Small and Medium Enterprise Empowerment Policies Against Competition

For the past two years, under the pressure of lockdowns brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, the pressure of competition from multinational companies to small and medium-sized enterprises, shows that the only way to survive is through mergers. Small and medium-sized enterprises in Europe are those that operate with 1 to 50 employees. The governments …

Income Increases in the EU are Imperative

Due to the difficulties faced by households in coping with rising energy costs, EU member-countries’ governments have entered the process of supporting household electricity bills through a subsidy policy. Sure, such a policy – covering subsidized electricity increases – is a humanitarian benefit, but it is not enough, as it only covers part of the …

The Global Economy is losing Momentum

The outlook for the global economy does not seem to be so favorable given the significant challenges it has to face. More specifically, the problem of inflation is major at the moment with most analysts believing that the phenomenon is temporary and once supply chain problems normalize, striking a balance between supply and demand, inflation …

Further Increase in Inflation launches Increase in Social Inequalities

While the global economy has not yet been able to leave the Covid-19 pandemic irrevocably behind and go unaffected, at the same time, distortions are being created in the global socio-economic context which will surely lead to negative developments. Given the very serious and persistent increase in raw material prices combined with the existing negative …

The Era of Expensive Money

Central banks around the world are beginning to gradually implement a tapering policy in which they reduce their purchases on bonds by effectively reducing the liquidity cannula in economies. This is due to the gradual improvement of economic indicators and the rapid rise in inflation. Τhe FED, the Bank of England, the Norges Bank and …

Why Do Problems Continue in the Global Supply Chain?

The problems in the global supply chain continue unabated and do not normalize over time. This is due to parameters that exist and maintain the complex distortions in the specific area of economy and trade, reaching the limits of its operation with several chances of fragmentation and collapse. The reasons for the problems Two years …

Inflation, energy and the upcoming tapering sank the markets

The ongoing tightening of monetary policy by the world’s major central banks creates a suffocating environment with increased chances of development leading to a major mix of crisis and recession. In addition, Joe Biden’s uncertainty about fiscal position directs investors to the security of fixed-income government bonds. America The 10-year T Bond has a yield …

Project Funding Guide from the European Recovery & Resilience Fund

Both the European Recovery & Resilience Fund and the Recovery and Resilience Facility mechanism were set up to upgrade the production model of the EU member-countries. Addressing at the same time the challenges posed by pandemic Covid-19 response measures. It is certain that the rapid provision of financing from this fund to productive investments will …

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