The German economy in August 2021 – oh, well…

In the last overview about the German economy for August 2021 I was – given the more than „mixed“ data – already wishing for a better autumn (here). So, hey, let’s take a more detailed view on the further development:

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Morning Briefing – 20. September 2021 – China – es braucht mehr als ein Evergrande…

Guten Morgen,

China ist in aller Munde und angesichts der Vorfälle um Evergrande (sogleich unten) kann ich mich dem Thema auch nicht entziehen, so dass ich heute mal ein etwas vorgezogenes China-Special bringe (zuletzt hier).

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The German economy in July 2021 – let’s hope for a better autumn

The last overview of the German economy for June 2021 wished us all a relaxed summer (here). So, hey, let’s take a more detailed view whether we still can be relaxed:

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The German economy in June 2021 – a relaxed summer, but…

The overview of the German economy in the previous months always transported some sort of optimism, however, also always with some pessimistic connotation (cf. for the last issue, here). And also for June 2021 this type of „cautious optimism“ continues. But, hey, let’s take a more detailed view:

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The German economy in May 2021 – increased optimism, but…

My last update on the German economy was aptly titled „cautious optimism warranted“ (here) and at first sight it seems that with the receeding pandemic, the economy flows back into its natural habitat. But, hey, let’s take a more detailed view:

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The German economy in April 2021 – cautious optimism warranted

To me, the March ’21 figures implied that – given the then stark rising corona-figures – the German economy was rather „walking on egg-shells“ fearing another crash due to the ongoing and soon to be hardened lockdown (cf. here). However, there were signs of hope. Now let’s take a more detailed view into the German economy for April 2021 to see if this hope was indeed warranted:

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The German economy in March 2021 – walking on egg shells?

After the February figures presented a mixed picture while discussions on a „serious“ lockdown alienated the economy (here) the question was how the German economy would fare in March 2021. Not too bad, but, hey, let’s take a more detailed view into the German economy:

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The German economy in February 2021 – Lockdown 3.0 looms…

After not too bad of a start into the year (here) hopes were (and are still) high that the German economy would have a a decent start into the year. However, as lockdown 3.0 looms (did we even get out of „2.0“?), are there now clouds appearing on the economy’s horizon? For that let’s take a more detailed view into the German economy:

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The German economy in January 2021 – not too bad of a start…

The December 2020 / year-end figures did not look too bad (cf. here), but how will the German economy fare in the ongoing lockdown? Let’s look into the German economy in some more detail for that:

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The German economy in December 2020 – the year ends better than anticipated

After November showed that the German economy would get through the crisis in a „W“-shape at best (cf. here), it will be interesting to look into the December figures in order to assess the path ahead. But, let’s look into the German economy in some more detail:

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