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http://www.ForexConspiracyReport.com - Lower Euro Zone Inflation Rate - A lower Euro Zone inflation rate may be the key to avoiding a renewed recession in the European Community. Borrowing rates have been driven up with uncertainty regarding bank stability and the ability of several nations to pay their sovereign debts. High borrowing costs have threatened to drive Greece, Spain, Italy, and other nations into bankruptcy. Not so long ago pundits were talking about a breakup of the European Union. Experts predict lower borrowing costs via the European Central bank as a result of the first lower Euro Zone inflation rate after five months of increases. The current annualized rate of inflation is 2.8 percent. The European Central Bank recently issued loans at 1% and it is expected that rates in the near future will be half that.
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