Antonio Fatás, INSEAD

Antonio Fatás, INSEAD

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17 November 2022
Euro Watch: A missile that crashed inside Poland was probably a stray fired by Ukraine's air defences

Poland and military alliance NATO says that a missile that crashed inside Poland was probably a stray fired by Ukraine's air defences and not a Russian strike. Nevertheless, NATO's chief said that Russia, not Ukraine, was still to blame for starting the war in the first place with its February invasion and launching scores of missiles on Tuesday that triggered Ukrainian defences.
Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics, INSEAD & The Portuguese Council Chaired Professor of European Studies shares more.

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27 October 2022
Euro Watch: UK's Rishi Sunak inherits a country in crisis
From what to expect from UK's new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak as he takes over running the country to US and UK's relationship moving forward. Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics, INSEAD & The Portuguese Council Chaired Professor of European Studies to share more.

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13 October 2022
Euro Watch: BoE struggling to address UK's market concerns
From leaders of the G7 nations pledging to help Ukraine “for as long as it takes”, to why the Bank of England is struggling to address the UK’s market concerns. Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics, INSEAD shares his analysis and more.

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29 September 2022
Euro Watch: EU vows to protect energy network after 'sabotage' of Russian gas pipeline
From the ripple effect of UK’s ‘mini budget’ to far-right leader Giorgia Meloni claiming victory in Italy’s election to updates on Europe’s investigation on ‘attacks’ which had caused major leaks into the Baltic Sea from two Russian pipelines. Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics, INSEAD gives us an analysis of those headlines and more.

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18 February 2021
In The Spotlight: How are British businesses coping in a post-Brexit/Covid-19 world?
The latest ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor shows that despite the challenges of 2020, business confidence has returned to positive territory, as news of the vaccine roll-out increases hopes of recovery in 2021. But close to two months post Brexit, and in other reports firms are still tackling trade troubles. Antonio Fatás is a Professor of Economics at INSEAD shares his insights on how businesses and the British economy is coping with this double whammy.

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12 January 2021
Asian business confidence gains steam: Outlook for 2021
According to a survey by Thomson Reuters and INSEAD, Asian firms turned most optimistic in the fourth quarter of 2020. And this is as business activity picked up in the region and Covid-19 vaccines started rolling out in Western countries ahead of their Asian launch. Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics, INSEAD shares what Asian businesses have flagged as their top risks for 2021 and if we can expect these businesses to stay confident throughout 2021.

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7 July 2020
In the Spotlight: What does a second wave of COVID-19 mean for regional economies
With fresh spikes in COVID-19 numbers across the region, what does this mean for regional economies as they battle to recover? In the Spotlight, Rachel Kelly spoke to Antonio Fatás, Professor of Economics at INSEAD to find out more.

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