In this paper we investigate whether the price of gold is affected by internal and external macroeconomic performance, which is reflected in exchange rate movements
Focusing on the dominant role of Germany as the leading economy in the EMU, we test the progress of markets integration between Germany and selected EMU countries. For comparison reasons, we examine the same research question between Germany and selected non-EMU countries.
This article examines 10-year bond yields convergence between each of the new EU countries and Germany, including a structural break that embodies the effects of the current debt crisis in the Eurozone. The analysis is based on a new definition of bond yields convergence that can be interpreted either as strong or weak monetary policy convergence, depending on whether the conditions of UIP and ex-ante PPP hold or are violated, respectively.
We assess the impact of the Eurozone’s economic policies on specific South-Eastern European countries. Since these countries are connected to the EU or the Eurozone and the economic interdependence among them is evolving, we carried out our analysis using the VECMX framework.
In the present paper we assess the impact of the Eurozone’s economic policies on specific South-Eastern European countries, namely Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Slovenia and Turkey.
In this paper, we investigate the monetary transmission mechanism through interest rate and real effective exchange rate channels.
This paper investigates whether the nominal euro exchange rate against the currencies of China, Japan, the UK and the USA converges or not to its equilibrium level.
This paper examines the validity of the purchasing power parity between each of the twelve new EU countries vis-à-vis the Eurozone.
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