I am the mother-in-law of Nick Corbishley, author of “365 Days with my Mother-in-Law: Boots on the Ground View of Barcelona’s Economy.” This is my side of the story.
It remains in a state of suspended animation.
The hard Brexit has compounded pressures on many UK industries, but some key positives have started to emerge.
Biggest beneficiaries of the now scuttled rescue plan would have been private equity firm KKR and Banco Santander.
The crucial services exports, manufacturing exports and imports, the arts & entertainment industry, fishing industry… it’s a mess.
“A management team that remains prisoner of its failed strategy that started with the acquisition of Westfield.”
Traffic down 95%. To run out of money by April.
This is not your grandmother’s “yield curve control.” There is only one thing that could force this ECB absurdity to end: a big bout of inflation.
And who is going to pay? In the twisted world of “leaseholders” and “freeholders.”
Bankruptcies, glut of hotels for sale, few buyers, prices plunge. Nobu, de Niro, and Teper take big loss on sale of luxury hotel Nobu Barcelona that was open for only six months.