The German economy in September 2018 – the start of (economic) autumn?

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Well, the German economy is currently doing well, when you look at the figures for exports, unemployment or industrial orders. However, from the perspective of inflation or industrial production it does not look to great. The outlook for the foreseeable future, however, seems to be rather measly, if you agree with our government. Hence, after a not-so-clear August (here), the September might prove to be the start of an economic autumn, as the following figures show:  „The German economy in September 2018 – the start of (economic) autumn?“ weiterlesen

The German economy in June 2018 – mixed picture

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The „cracks“ in the German economy described in May seem to widen in some areas, but to heal in others. Hence, a crash is at least not imminent from the early warning indicators, June rather presents a mixed picture: „The German economy in June 2018 – mixed picture“ weiterlesen

Morning Briefing – 22. März 2018 – Auftragslage // Produktivität // Diesel

Morgen Schweiz

Guten Morgen,

Gestern hat Frau Merkel die erste Regierungserklärung in ihrer vierten Amtsperiode abgegeben und sogar eigene Fehler eingestanden (hier).  Derweil hat die FED erwartungsgemäß den unter Yellen begonnen Kurs der moderaten, aber kontinuierlichen Zinserhöhungen fortgesetzt und den Leitzins nun auf 1,5 bis 1,75% festgelegt (hier). „Morning Briefing – 22. März 2018 – Auftragslage // Produktivität // Diesel“ weiterlesen