European Economics

European Economics Update

25 May, 2018

A snap election would be good for Spain

Spain’s Government is teetering and a snap election is on the cards. Given the rise of populists in Italy, an increase in political uncertainty in Spain seems concerning. But while the situation is likely to keep investors on edge, we think that an election would actually strengthen the economy in the medium term.

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