European problem: the default in the UK, unemployment in Greece and a surplus in the Netherlands

Holland pleases Eurozone due to economic statistics

In brief: The unemployment rate in Greece continues to grow, the Netherlands showed an increase in the economy, Britain is afraid of default.

In the UK in May, the state budget deficit amounted to 16 billion at the expected 18 billion pounds sterling. Budget deficit in April, revised from 10 billion to 8.3 billion pounds. Net requirements of public sector borrowing in the UK in May amounted to 12 billion at the expected 20.5 billion pounds.

According to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) in June industrial orders index fell to -23 points (expected to increase to -15 points) with -18 points in May. Trade balance surplus amounted to 3.5 billion euros in the Netherlands in April, March was recorded a surplus of 4.6 billion euros. In Greece, the 1 st quarter unemployment rate rose to 11.7% from 10.3% in the previous quarter.

Igor Tringlers
2010-06-18 21:33, Economics.

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