The German economy in March 2018 – Weakness ahead?

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Also in comparison with February, March 2018 does not seem to be the month of recovery but rather a mixed bag if not the first signal of another bumby road ahead: „The German economy in March 2018 – Weakness ahead?“ weiterlesen

The German economy in February 2018 – a dent only?

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Well, well, at least, we will soon have a new government. That is the good news for the month. The economy, though, did not do so well in the last month, especially in comparison with January 2018: „The German economy in February 2018 – a dent only?“ weiterlesen

Morning Briefing – 11. Oktober 2017 //Akademiker-Arbeitslosigkeit // Kaufhof // Sears

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Guten Morgen,

So, heute etwas verspätet, da ich bei einem Vortrag zu „Blackout“ – Stromversorgung in Deutschland war. Den Post dazu schaffe ich hoffentlich bis Morgen. „Morning Briefing – 11. Oktober 2017 //Akademiker-Arbeitslosigkeit // Kaufhof // Sears“ weiterlesen

The German economy in July 2017 – Peak German Economy?

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Although we will see in the following that not all but most indicators point to another record month of July (thereby topping June), there are at least some minor signs of trouble ahead – which still can be resolved easily, though. Hence, let’s take a deeper dive into the data:  „The German economy in July 2017 – Peak German Economy?“ weiterlesen