Posts Tagged ‘austerity’

What if Greece really did leave the euro?

The Greek election result last month eased us back from the edge of a euro collapse but we still can’t say we have a clear view of where we go from here. The new Greek government may have to soft peddle on its demands to renegotiate its bailout for example- at least ahead of the […]

Greece is the Word

Forget Spain for now, events in Greece over the next few days will be setting the tone for Europe for better or for worse. Greek voters go back to the polls on Sunday and clearly face a tough choice, caught between a rock and a hard place.  Surveys have suggested growing support for pro-bailout parties […]

Risks crank up as voters hit back in Europe

Hopes that the Eurozone debt crisis was on its way to being resolved have clearly been hit by recent election results and this continues to test the nerves of the property market, with the opening quarter seeing a fall in leasing and investment activity that was far from limited to just the most indebted markets […]