After a prolonged period of weakness, the Finnish economy has begun to recover. When the economy develops the capacity to renew itself in such a way that productivity improves and employment opportunities are generated, the growth outlook will improve. At the same time the risk of increasing marginalisation and lack of opportunities will be reduced.
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The natural rate of interest – a useful but uncertain indicator for the economy
Why are euro area loans to non-financial corporations growing so slowly?
In spite of an accommodative monetary policy and a general economic recovery, growth of loans to non-financing corporations has remained weak in the euro area. The consistently poor growth is largely due to real estate market bubbles in a few countries, which then burst as a result of the financial crisis.