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EU Is At The Edge Of New Recession

EU Recession

 

 

 

 

 

Euro zone records the decrease of economical activity in the last quarter. If this trend continues, the new recession is possible.

 

Posted: Feb 2012


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Economic estimations of European Union show no growth trend in first quarter of 2012. If these estimation turn to be true, than it is likely that Euro zone could enter to the new recession. Since the production output records the decline, the expectation of new recession is possible.


The most surprising is that lack of improvement trends shows even in strongest European economies – Germany and France. On the other side of scale the situation is even much worse. The Spain records the unemployment rate of 23%. The Greek attempts to cut the budget and reduce unnecessary spending are causing repeated civil unrests.


The Euro zone growth index decreased by 1%. In case that trend do not change, it is possible that Euro zone will enter to the new recession cycle. The last quarter of 2011 showed the decline trend. If the same happen in first quarter of 2012, it is obvious that the recession is unavoidable.


Euro zone records the decrease of economical activity in the last quarter. If this trend continues, the new recession is possible.


"This is not a good sign" – said economist Chris Williamson. Peripheral EU countries are recording increase of unemployment, which is to be expected. But the alarming indicator is the fact that France does not record the increase of new work places, while Germany shows the decline of economical activities.

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