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Will Spanish consumption continue to grow?

Will Spanish consumption continue to grow?

  • Por José María Romero Vera
  • 22nd of March 2018

The Spanish economy have started the year 2018 with strong inertia. The most recent indicators point to the fact that consumption growth has accelerated in the first quarter of 2018. In this way, GDP growth will again be supported by the strength of household consumption, deemed to increase by 2.3% this year and 2.1% next year. Several factors will continue to support positive consumption data in the coming months. In this scenario, we estimate consumption will only reach its pre-crisis levels in the second quarter of 2019, leaving room for recovery.

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Significant dynamism vs. greater uncertainty

Significant dynamism vs. greater uncertainty

  • Por José María Romero Vera
  • 11th of July 2018

Spain’s economic growth has continued to show notable dynamism in the first semester 2018, clearly above the European average. It moves forward along the same lines as the global product. However, we also observe the growing divergence occurring as the year goes on between the robust economic data and the greater uncertainty arising from an increased risk, both for the global economy and Spain.

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Will Spanish growth stabilize at 1.5% in the coming years?

Will Spanish growth stabilize at 1.5% in the coming years?

  • Por José María Romero & Andrea Cordero
  • 14th of November 2019

In Spain, the economy is growing well below previous years, but it will still close 2019 with an annual GDP increase of 2.0% and above the Eurozone average. We expect growth to stabilize in 2021 towards its long-term potential rate, at 1.5%. Nevertheless, domestic and international risks threaten this baseline scenario. Therefore, there is a clear need to guarantee a framework of certainty and economic reforms that generate activity. This is confronted, however, by the current political reality.

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