Euro illustration bank note business editorial
Ever since the financial crash of 2008 the European Single Currency Euro has come under pressure with the stronger participating economies such as Germany, imposing heavy financial restrictions on the less well perfoming economies including Spain, Portugal and Greece.
High levels of unemployment and economic stagnation has since blighted these countries and there have been widespread protests at the austerity measures being imposed upon them. Perhaps even more worrying is the rise of far right parties, especially in Greece and the National Front in France. While in the UK, UKIP became the single biggest party in the European elections of 2014. Property, commercial financial comment for Estates Gazette