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• German consumer prices , harmonized to compare with other EU countries, rose by an annual 9.3% in February, exceeding expectations of a 9.0% increase and slightly higher than a 9.2% rise in the previous month, preliminary data from the Federal Statistics Office showed on Wednesday. Compared to January, prices increased by 1.0%, Destatis added, also beating forecasts of a 0.7% month-on-month rise. Zoom in: Despite relief measures, energy prices in February were 19.1%...Devamını Oku

02 Mar 2023

• Germany’s annual wholesale price inflation eased to a 20-month low of 10.6% in January from 12.8% in the month prior, figures from the Federal Statistics Office showed on Tuesday. Compared with the previous month, wholesale prices went up by 0.2% in January, the first monthly increase in four months, after a 1.6% drop in December. Zoom in: High wholesale prices were driven mainly by increased prices for food, beverages and tobacco, which posted a 16.2% year-on-year...Devamını Oku

15 Şub 2023

• Trade between Germany and China rose 21% to a record €298 billion in 2022, according to data from the Federal Statistics Office made available first to Reuters on Wednesday, making the Asian country Germany's most important trading partner for the seventh year in a row despite political warnings in Berlin about excessive dependence. Zoom out: In 2022, Germany imported goods worth €191 billion from China, a third more than in 2021, while exports of German goods to C...Devamını Oku

09 Şub 2023

• German industrial production fell by 3.1% month-on-month in December, figures from the Federal Statistics Office showed on Tuesday, driven mainly by a 6.1% plunge in output from energy-intensive sectors and exceeding analyst expectations of a milder drop. For the year as a whole, industrial production declined 0.6% from 2021 and 5.0% from the pre-pandemic year of 2019. On a related note: Spain's industrial production grew 0.8% in the last month of 2022, data from ...Devamını Oku

08 Şub 2023

• German exports fell by 6.3% month-on-month in December, figures from the Federal Statistics Office showed on Thursday, exceeding expectations for a 3.3% drop and suggesting a slowing down in Europe's largest economy despite fading supply chain problems. Imports dropped 6.1%, against forecasts for a drop of just 0.8%. Furthermore: In 2022 as a whole, exports were up by 14.3% from the previous year after calendar and seasonal adjustments. Imports rose much more stron...Devamını Oku

03 Şub 2023

• German retail sales fell by 5.3% in December compared with the previous month, according to the Federal Statistics Office on Tuesday, well below a 0.2% rise expected by analysts. Retail sales also fell in December by 6.4% in price-adjusted terms compared with a year earlier, Destatis said, reviving fears of a more marked slowdown in Europe's largest economy. In other news: Germany's unemployment rate remained stable at a seasonally-adjusted 5.5% in January, Labou...Devamını Oku

01 Şub 2023

• The German economy unexpectedly shrank in Q4, data from the Federal Statistics Office showed on Monday, suggesting that Europe's largest economy may be entering a recession, though likely a shallower one than originally feared. GDP decreased 0.2% quarter-on-quarter in adjusted terms, down from an upwardly revised 0.5% growth in Q3 and against analyst forecasts that the economy would stagnate. via Bloomberg Looking ahead… Analysts predict annual EU-harmonize...Devamını Oku

31 Oca 2023

• German producer prices rose 21.6% year-on-year in December mainly due to lower energy prices, the Federal Statistics Office reported on Friday, at a slower rate from 28.2% in the month prior but slightly higher than analyst expectations of ease to 20.8%. Compared with the previous month, prices fell 0.4%, the third consecutive monthly decline but less than the consensus for a drop of 1.2%. Destatis Zoom in: The month-on-month decline in December was driven ...Devamını Oku

23 Oca 2023

• German exports fell more than expected this month as high inflation and supply chain disruptions hit demand in its key trading partners, heightening fears of recession for Europe's largest economy. Exports declined by 0.6% month-on-month in October, data from the Federal Statistics Office showed on Friday, following September’s unexpected drop of 0.5% on the month. via Reuters Furthermore: Shipments to Germany's top export partner, the US, saw the sharpest ...Devamını Oku

05 Ara 2022

• The decline in German factory orders accelerated in September, the Federal Statistics Office said on Friday, heightening concerns that Europe’s largest economy is heading into a recession. Demand fell 4% from the month prior in a steeper-than-expected drop —driven by a 7% slump in foreign orders— and gained speed from a 2% decrease in August. via Bloomberg The quote: “The outlook for manufacturing activity remains gloomy in light of high energy prices, whi...Devamını Oku

07 Kas 2022