On to the next election in France

As expected, Emmanuel Macron easily won the second round of the French presidential elections yesterday. Aside from the relief that France didn’t go for the extreme right option, this still doesn’t mean a whole lot. Yes, the Macron win came by a wide margin, but on the other hand turnout was quite low and Marine Le Pen basically doubled the result of her father 15 years ago. In any case…

Read the article

Inflation in Belgium: our analysis

The high inflation figure for Belgium, published this week, didn’t come unexpected to Econopolis. We have been predicting a rise in inflation throughout Europe around this time for a while now and also that Belgium would be on top of the inflation list. On the most important reasons behind the inflation hike and why Belgium is the inflation champion in the eurozone, we gave an interview (in Dutch) on national television. We…

Read the article

View the archive of articles



At Econopolis it is all about asset management and financial advise in balance.


  1. Bart Van CraeynestBart Van Craeynest said: De files worden langer en langer... En minister Weyts herhaalde vorig weekend nog eens zijn voornemen om mensen te… https://t.co/CdPbr0nKn8about 5 hours ago
  2. Geert NoelsGeert Noels said: @ferre_wyckmans Demografische groei is een belangrijke factor. Daarom minder probleem van invulling. Anderzijds bli… https://t.co/R9rSMPkrzaabout 6 hours ago
  3. Geert NoelsGeert Noels said: RT @HarvardBiz: A study of the NFL found that players/teams take more risks when they compete against their biggest rivals https://t.co/wSy…about 15 hours ago
  4. Geert NoelsGeert Noels said: @MarcFauconnier @GregVanAvermaet Zeg niet "licht beneveld" maar "lichte rugpijn".about 22 hours ago