By EPRS Admin / February 18, 2014 Graphics on Economic and Monetary Issues Here you’ll find graphs, charts, tables and maps with statistics on the Economy and the financial crisis. To see graphics… Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail Here you’ll find graphs, charts, tables and maps with statistics on the Economy and the financial crisis. To see graphics for other policy areas, go to the Graphics Warehouse. Graphics on the Economy and the financial crisis Third approach: Partial substitution of national issuance with stability bonds, which would have several but not joint guarantees Second approach: Partial substitution of national issuance with stability bonds with several and joint guarantees reinforced with other guarantees First approach: Full substitution of national issuance with stability bonds, with joint and several guarantees Inflation Risk of poverty % unemployment change 2017-2007 Government debt – private and public investment Long-term government bond yields Unemployment by age group 2017 Employed people at risk of poverty Government debt 2006-2017 EU GDP and unemployment 2005-2017 Household expenditure by consumption purpose (EU28 share of total, 2017) Gini coefficient (2017) Final consumption expenditure of households (Current prices, in 1 000 euro per capita, 2017) GDP per capita and GDP growth (2018 and average 2008-2018) EU trade in goods between Member States and with the world (imports plus exports, 2018) General government receipts from taxes and social contributions (% of GDP, 2017) The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) (Inflation rate, euro area) Public balance and general government debt (% of GDP, 2017) Effective average tax rate in the EU for international enterprises Proposed changes to the MREL framework Comparing TLAC and the current MREL requirement Effects of a permanent increase of 1 % in interest rates Debt-to-GDP ratios Debt-to-GDP ratio for the euro area General government net debt interest payment (% of GDP) Rating equivalence between the ‘Big Three’ Policy rates (%) in the period 1999-2016 for three central banks Short-term interest rates for the euro area, January 2011 – April 2016 Long-term interest rates for France, Italy and Germany, Jan 2011 – April 2016 GDP output gap in %, 2010-2016, selected euro-area Member States Overview of proposals discussed Assessment of proposals GDP growth forecast since November 2015, in % pts Real GDP growth (%), year-on-year comparison. GDP at market prices adjusted for working days Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail Categories: Economic and Social Policies, PUBLICATIONS Tags: economics and monetary issues, Graphics warehouse EPRS Admin European Parliamentary Research Service Related Articles General product safety regulation [EU Legislation in Progress] Remaining active in spite of the pandemic Long-term vision for rural areas: European Commission communication Citizens’ engagement and expectations of the Conference on the Future of Europe Plenary round-up – September 2021 International Equal Pay Day Regulating facial recognition in the EU The situation in Afghanistan: Essential benchmarks for EU engagement Recovery plan for Europe: State of play, September 2021 China: Economic indicators and trade with EU The von der Leyen Commission’s six priorities: State of play in Autumn 2021 Ten composite indices for policy-making Be the first to write a comment. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Download the EPRS AppIn focus Coronavirus (Covid-19) EP Plenary Sessions Cost of Non-Europe reports Latest Media Climate Change Immigration We write about BLOG EP Answers Events Replies to campaigns from citizens What Europe does for you PUBLICATIONS Economic and Social Policies EU Financing / Budgetary Affairs Institutional and Legal Affairs International Relations Policy Cycle Structural and Cohesion Policies Social Media Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Pinterest Blogroll EP Think Tank STOA Citizens' enquiry service Historical Archives EP Library catalogue 100 Books on Europe to Remember What Europe does for me URBIS ORBIS Disclaimer and Copyright statementThe content of all documents (and articles) contained in this blog is the sole responsibility of the author and any opinions expressed therein do not necessarily represent the official position of the European Parliament. It is addressed to the Members and staff of the EP for their parliamentary work. Reproduction and translation for non-commercial purposes are authorised, provided the source is acknowledged and the European Parliament is given prior notice and sent a copy. For a comprehensive description of our cookie and data protection policies, please visit Terms and Conditions page. Copyright © European Union, 2014-2021. All rights reserved.