Posted by: Dirk | January 27, 2012

Just one graph: domestic credit/GDP ratios in the euro zone


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  1. […] you a bit: I am sure that later this year the ECB will come around bit by bit and start looking at domestic credit supply growth in the member countries. However, I expect that it will fail to research the question why in Germany you have such a high […]

  2. […] had reported domestic credit/GDP levels for some European economies earlier this year in this post. You can see clearly that Dutch levels of domestic credit are right there with Spain’s, […]


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