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Marcus Morris-Eyton - Allianz Global Investors
For the wider European economy and probably even the wider Spanish economy I don't see huge risk at the moment and you see that in the muted market reaction.feedback
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Oct 11 2017
European economy has been commented on by 31 key people in the news. You can find all of them on this page with their statements. People who have been most quoted about European economy are: Pierre Moscovici, Olli Rehn and Daniel Lenz. For instance, the most recent quote from Pierre Moscovici is: “The European economy has proven resilient to the numerous shocks it has experienced over the past year. Growth is holding up and unemployment and deficits are heading lower. After years of crisis, we are building a success story, where reforms allow for a return to growth, investment and confidence. We cannot add, just like that, a crisis to a context of recovery in Greece and global uncertainty. Let's be reasonable. We must ensure that its benefits are felt in all parts of the euro area and all segments of society.”.
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Margrethe Vestager - European Union

The European economy depends on well-functioning financial markets. That is not just important for banks and other financial institutions. The whole economy benefits when businesses can raise money on competitive financial markets. The merger between Deutsche Borse and the London Stock Exchange would have significantly reduced competition by creating a de facto monopoly in the crucial area of clearing of fixed income instruments. As the parties failed to offer the remedies required to address our competition concerns, the Commission has decided to prohibit the merger.feedback

Pierre Moscovici - European Union

The European economy has proven resilient to the numerous shocks it has experienced over the past year. Growth is holding up and unemployment and deficits are heading lower. After years of crisis, we are building a success story, where reforms allow for a return to growth, investment and confidence. We cannot add, just like that, a crisis to a context of recovery in Greece and global uncertainty. Let's be reasonable. We must ensure that its benefits are felt in all parts of the euro area and all segments of society.feedback

Sonia Khan

The low rates reflect the continued uncertainty about the future for the European economy, and especially British economy.feedback

Christian Kern

What Ireland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg or Malta are doing here lacks solidarity towards the rest of the European economy. They massively suck up the advertising volume that comes out of the economy but pay neither corporation tax nor advertising duty in Austria.feedback

Jack Lew - U.S Treasury

We think that it undermines the environment in Europe for international business because it creates uncertainty that ultimately will not be good for the European economy.feedback

Joseph Trevisani

The European economy is performing poorer. Negative rates are not working.feedback

Hans-Helmut Kotz

The European economy is largely an economy that is funded through the banking industry. It could go further in terms of what it calls emphasizing its enhanced credit support policies… it might even think about decreasing interest rates further. Possibly the ECB responded a little too late. But it's using its instruments to achieve its ultimate target - which is inflation rate of about 2 percent.feedback

Viktor Orban

We are convinced that locking Russia out of Europe is not rational. Whoever thinks that Europe can be competitive, that the European economy can be competitive without economic cooperation with Russia, whoever thinks that energy security can exist in Europe without the energy that comes from Russia, is chasing ghosts.feedback

Massimo Antoninetti

By analysing the potential impact of the Copernicus programme on the European economy, we can forecast a financial benefit of 30 billions euro and the creation of at least 50,000 jobs by 2030.feedback

Pierre Moscovici - European Union

I would say of course China is in a period of transition. In our forecast for 2015 I see no effect and in 2016 probably China will be mentioned as a downside risk but it won't be of high importance. And we feel that the global economy needs to watch China, that there needs to be structural reforms there – they need to communicate better. But it is no worry for the European economy I would say globally.feedback

Isabelle Kumar - Euronews

Meanwhile, while people are getting richer, Europe is struggling with its economic crisis and, most recently, is facing the major challenge of the migration crisis. If we look at this in purely economic terms, do you see migration as a benefit or a burden to the European economy?feedback

Joaquin Almunia

These markets are at the heart of the financial system, and it is crucial for the whole European economy that they remain competitive. We tried to find a solution, but the remedies offered fell far short of resolving the concerns.feedback

Enrique Quemada

Europe will move on from the crisis because France and Germany are doing it, they are the engines of the European economy. But Spain has a structural problem. Spain was too reliant on the building industry and a big part of the Spanish economy, 26 percent of it, turned around the building industry.feedback

Olli Rehn

There are increasing signs that the European economy has reached a turning point.feedback

Mario Draghi - European Central Bank

All our standard measures are temporary in nature. Moreover, liquidity support cannot substitute for capital or for sound fiscal and structural policies. They bring about sustainable growth and stability in the European economy.feedback

Jean-Claude Trichet - European Central Bank

We do always what is judged necessary by the governing council to deliver price stability and to solidly anchor the European economy in terms of price stability and of confidence.feedback

Pascal Lamy - World Trade Organization

That's the fundamental issue. There has to be a sort of fiscal rigour agenda, but there also has to be an agenda about investing in the future, about making the European economy more productive, more competitive, which has to do with a number of structural reforms in education, innovation, research, deepening the internal market in areas like services, and again, this can only be done at EU level.feedback

Olli Rehn

The European economy is estimated to be currently in a mild, but short lived, recession and then subsequently a slow and subdued recovery is forecast to begin from the second half of the current year onwards and continue over the forecast horizon of this year and next year.feedback

Arjo Klamer

I look forward to a European economy using multiple currencies. In the end that will be much better: it will make us more resistant to shocks and makes us less vulnerable to what is happening now.feedback

Algirdas Semeta

The CCCTB is a system designed for every size of company. Bearing in mind that small and medium sized enterprises are the backbone of the European economy, the CCCTB will be optional for companies, meaning that they will be able to decide for themselves whether they think it is worth using it or whether they would prefer to stay within the national system.feedback

Francois Hollande

We will have to take these decisions in the next few months in order to enhance the European economy and the currency union.feedback

Jose Manuel Barroso - European Commission

We do need to examine this further and to understand whether the high surplus in Germany is something that is affecting the function of the European economy as a whole.feedback

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