Monthly European Union Economic Report
December 2016 - January 2017
The European Union's economy held fast over the course of December 2016 - January 2017. The regional economy had the following data:
- GDP in this period reached €53,828,600,768,000, the highest it has been for several months.
- GDP per capita in this period for the European population (1.4 billion) was €27,830.08, its highest since June 2016.
- Every European nation experienced wage growth of at least 1% from December 2016-January 2017
- Every European nation experienced GDP growth of at least 1% from December 2016-January 2017
- The average value of non-Euro currency in the European Union was 23 cents higher than the Euro.
Our list of the 8 Largest Economies in the European Union:
- The Duxburian Union
- The United KIngdom
The currencies with the highest exchange rates:
- Pound sterling (United Kingdom): £1:€1.58
- Australian dollar: $1:€1.57
- Franc miracois (Miraco): ₣1:€1.55
- Fremetian franc: ₣1:€1.55
- Duxburian kael: K:1:€1.54
Any further information can be found in the European Union's Economic Spreadsheet.