What the 2018 Euro Monitor results tell us: a decade after the onset of the great financial crisis, the Eurozone as a whole appears to be in relatively good shape again. This positive economic development is reflected in the results of this year’s Euro Monitor, in which we assess the stability or health of the Eurozone economies on the basis of 20 indicators in four categories: fiscal sustainability, competitiveness, employment & productivity and private & foreign debt. Despite no further improvement in 2018, at 6.8 points, the Euro Monitor rating for the Eurozone occupies the solid middle of the scale from ‘1’ to ’10’. The last time the Eurozone received a higher Euro Monitor score was in 2001.
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