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Germany's economic growth will slow in the second half of this year the finance ministry has said due to weaker foreign demand for goods.
German unemployment was down again in August for the 12th straight month. Retail sales grew month-on-month in July, but declined from a year earlier.
There was a sharp deterioration in German business morale in August and expectations declined the most in sectors with relatively strong ties to the UK market.
Trade was the biggest factor in Germany's economy growing by 0.4 percent between April and June. as exports rose 1.2 percent. State spending and private consumption also contributed.
German factory orders unexpectedly fell in June as demand from eurozone countries plunged by 8.5 percent compared to May.
Deutsche Bank's chief economist David Folkerts-Landau wants the European Union to set up a 150 billion euro rescue fund to recapitalise European banks and address "one crisis after another".
There was an unexpected fall in exports from Germany in May and imports barely rose, further indicators of slowing growth in Europe's largest economy.
Germany is to stick to plans for a balanced budget over the next four years with Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble saying the Brexit vote changes nothing for country's economy.
Moody's has downgraded the rating on Deutsche Bank's unsecured debt. Chief Executive John Cryan said he was "very disappointed".
Germany's economy just enjoyed its best performance in two years thank to strong private consumption and increased building activity.
German industrial output was down by 1.3 percent in March but still strong for the period from January to March.
Pierre Moscovici, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs: “If I look at Germany I would say – the german economy is clearly the
German business morale has risen to its highest level for nearly 18 months, despite the slowdown in China, the Volkswagen scandal and more recently
German industrial orders fell for the third consecutive month in September – in particular due to weak demand from other eurozone countries. The
Deutsche Bank has announced plans for major job losses and will also scale down massively its operations worldwide, as part of a major shake-up of
China and Europe should look at holding free trade talks, according to the country’s premier Li Keqiang who is meeting with German Chancellor Angela
The first real test of the mood among German industry and trade since the Volkswagen emissions scandal has found that managers were less fazed by it
German fashion house Hugo Boss BOSSn.DE has cut its sales and profit outlook as the slowdown in China – and timid shoppers in the US – hit
Germany has slightly lowered its growth forecast for this year, blaming the economic slowdown in China and other emerging markets. The Economy
The revelation that millions of Volkswagen diesel cars had been polluting the air far more than had been claimed has helped send German investor
The huge influx of refugees and migrants into Germany could turn out to be the foundation for the country’s next economic miracle, according to the
Germany has saved 100 billion euros thanks to the Greek debt crisis. That’s a finding of a leading economic research institute. Investors fled to
A weak note in a setback for the recovery in Europe’s largest economy. That’s how figures from the German Economy Ministry are being interpreted as
Strong demand from abroad has helped boost German industrial orders. According to figures from the economy ministry contracts for goods from Europe’s
The German economy likely grew by around 0.3 percent in the second quarter the finance ministry said in its monthly report. It added the country’s
German investor sentiment has fallen to its lowest level for eight months, according to leading economic researchers, ZEW. The group’s monthly
The German economy is set to pull off stronger growth in the second quarter after expanding modestly in the first. The prediction comes after
The Bundesbank has raised its GDP forecast for the German economy in 2015 to 1.7 percent. That is a significant increase on its December prediction