Europe opts for loans for more alternative companies

  • Debt
  • November 8, 2018
  • Comments Off on Europe opts for loans for more alternative companies

Europe opts for loans for more alternative companies The latest study on alternative financing in Europe, conducted by the University of Cambridge, concludes that the great reception that the new models of business loans are having in front of the big banks has made alternative financing grow in Europe by 144% on last 2014, reaching […]

Read More

Mini fast credits, from Bangladesh to Europe

  • Debt
  • November 8, 2018
  • Comments Off on Mini fast credits, from Bangladesh to Europe

Mini fast credits, from Bangladesh to Europe Although the origin of the mini credits has a social feeling, since its objective is focused on improving the purchasing power and the living conditions of the most disadvantaged sectors of the Bangladeshi population, the truth is that this unique financing formula has come stomping to Europe and […]

Read More

Spanish personal loans bring their interest closer to the European average APR

  • Debt
  • November 7, 2018
  • Comments Off on Spanish personal loans bring their interest closer to the European average APR

Spanish personal loans bring their interest closer to the European average APR According to the latest report of the Bank of Spain, the average APR of 2016 for personal loans in the Euro Zone was 6.27% , a percentage 2.2 points below the average APR of Spanish consumer loans. during the same year, which stood […]

Read More

Spain is the sixth European country where financing is more expensive

  • Debt
  • November 7, 2018
  • Comments Off on Spain is the sixth European country where financing is more expensive

Spain is the sixth European country where financing is more expensive Spain is among those that offer more expensive financing if we compare them with the average interests of July of the other European countries. According to the statistics of the Euro Zone published by the European Central Bank (ECB), Spain is the sixth that […]

Read More

Europe will allocate 500 million in credits for the financing of companies with social objectives

  • Debt
  • November 7, 2018
  • Comments Off on Europe will allocate 500 million in credits for the financing of companies with social objectives

Europe will allocate 500 million in credits for the financing of companies with social objectives The most innovative initiative in the sector of financing for companies is the European Commission and the European Investment Fund, after agreeing an agreement that will favor micro-enterprises and companies with social purposes . According to data from Europa Press, […]

Read More

“The money that comes from Europe to Andalusia is lost in the hands of Susana Díaz” because it “leaves it in the drawer”

  • Debt
  • November 7, 2018
  • Comments Off on “The money that comes from Europe to Andalusia is lost in the hands of Susana Díaz” because it “leaves it in the drawer”

“The money that comes from Europe to Andalusia is lost in the hands of Susana Díaz”, because it “leaves it in the drawer” The secretary general of the PP-A, Loles Lopez, has assured this Friday that “the money that comes from Europe for Andalusia is lost in the hands of the president of the Board, […]

Read More

Nobody earns more money than Barça and Madrid in Europe

  • Debt
  • November 7, 2018
  • Comments Off on Nobody earns more money than Barça and Madrid in Europe

Nobody earns more money than Barça and Madrid in Europe LaLiga clubs increased their revenues by an average of 27 million euros each in the last six years, according to the UEFA’s license comparison report, which places Real Madrid and Barcelona at the top of the list by total revenues of the 30 most important […]

Read More

Control the huge debt of Europe

  • Debt
  • November 7, 2018
  • Comments Off on Control the huge debt of Europe

Control the huge debt of Europe The net cost of aid for the crisis offered by the G-20 in 2009 to the financial sector amounted to 1.7% of GDP (905,000 million dollars), according to the International Monetary Fund, while the discretionary fiscal stimulus reached 2% of GDP in 2009 and 2010. All eurozone countries, except […]

Read More

The cost of the rescue to the banking in Spain doubles the European average

  • Economic Profile
  • November 4, 2018
  • Comments Off on The cost of the rescue to the banking in Spain doubles the European average

The cost of the rescue to the banking in Spain doubles the European average Spain will get a bill for the rescue of its bank . It is one of the countries in the European Union that will cost the financial sector more expensive in relation to the size of its economy: almost twice the […]

Read More