Spain’s fiscal challenge under the new administration

Letter from the editors

Spanish economy

The Spanish economy
in 2019 and forecasts for 2020-2022

While Spain’s growth is projected to slow to 1.5% in 2020, supportive international factors should begin to take effect during the second half of the ...

Fiscal deficit

Deficit reduction:
Insufficient progress
and low probability of improvement

Spain’s public deficit targets have been repeatedly relaxed. While it is not yet certain what form the 2020 General State Budget will take, analysis ...

Fintech sector

Snapshot of
the FinTech sector in Spain

Spain has seen a five-fold increase in its number of FinTech firms, many of which are the result of ambitious entrepreneurs whose solutions are supporting the ...

Asset allocation

Shift in retail money
from funds to deposits

The past year has seen a reversal of capital flows from previously dominant mutual funds to demand deposits, despite the continued decline in interest rates. ...

ECB policy

The greening of the ECB

Christine Lagarde has signaled her desire to ‘green’ the European Central Bank (ECB), a statement that has both garnered applause from climate ...

Climate change

The climate change
challenge for the Spanish economy

The Spanish economy is making progress on reducing its greenhouse gas emissions and energy intensity, while increasing renewable energy generation. Given its ...

Real estate

The housing market:
An uneven recovery across regions

Over the past years, Spain’s housing market has, to varying degrees across regions, rebounded in terms of prices and transaction ...

Regulation and Economic Outlook
Recent key developments
in the area of Spanish financial regulation
Prepared by the Regulation and Research Department of the Spanish Confederation of Savings Banks (CECA)
Spanish economic
forecasts panel: January 2020
Funcas Economic Trends and Statistics Department
Key Facts
Economic Indicators
Financial System Indicators
Social Indicators