Natural gas in Europe is dirt cheap right now, challenging the idea of booming global markets for LNG.
In North-Western Europe gross investment has kept pace with the US for the last 25 years. In Southern Europe 2010 marked a disastrous break from
"The US and the Netherlands have emerged as early winners of the shift in derivatives trading out of London following the UK’s exit from the
The standard deviation of consensus forecasts of euro area GDP growth in 2020 v. 2009 gives a measure of the uncertainty triggered by the unprecedented