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9. April 2020
Die Corona-Krise würfelt auch die Tagesordnung in der Immobilienwirtschaft durcheinander. Marc Schattenberg spricht in unserem neuen Podzept über die aktuellen Entwicklungen in den unterschiedlichen Immobilienklassen. Aufgrund des erwarteten Wirtschaftseinbruchs ist die Unsicherheit im Büromarkt besonders hoch. Hinzu kommt, dass viele Haushalte erst einmal in einen „Krisenmodus“ schalten und die Job- und Existenzsicherung in den Vordergrund rücken werden. So dürfte die Bereitschaft umzuziehen, zu bauen und damit die Wohnungsnachfrage erst einmal gedämpft werden. Zudem könnten die Fertigstellungen von Wohnimmobilien kurzfristig unter krisenbedingten Lieferengpässen leiden. [mehr]
8. April 2020
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The banking industry in Europe is entering the corona recession with strong capital levels and ample liquidity, though still only moderate profitability. Revenues will come under substantial pressure this year, loan loss provisions will jump and net income will fall materially – many banks may well make losses. However, there is likewise massive support from the public sector, with governments propping up the real economy, central banks the financial markets and supervisors relaxing rules for banks. This should mitigate the hit. Nevertheless, the risks are profound and a prolonged shutdown could even trigger a renewed banking crisis. Enormous uncertainty regarding its depth and length notwithstanding, the current crisis may well turn out more severe than the macro-financial shock scenario underlying the latest European bank stress test. Its magnitude could possibly even exceed the financial crisis and the Great Recession. [mehr]
7. April 2020
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Um die Ausbreitung des Coronavirus einzudämmen, haben die EU-Regierungen den Grenzverkehr in den vergangenen Wochen in unterschiedlichem Umfang vorübergehend wieder eingeschränkt. Die Maßnahmen reichen von Grenzkontrollen bis hin zu Grenzschließungen. Dies hatte zuweilen ernsthafte Auswirkungen auf den Frachtverkehr; die Grenzkontrollen führten zu kilometerlangen Staus, wie etwa zwischen Polen und Deutschland. [mehr]
6. April 2020
We’ve witnessed an immense human tragedy as the covid-19 virus has spread around the globe. Amidst the awful numbers of people who have succumbed to the disease, we’re also now witnessing an incredibly painful economic downturn. In a new podcast episode where we look at the data, ten million Americans have made jobless claims over the last two weeks. We’re now seeing equally staggering figures come out of many other countries as economies are simply shut down. [mehr]
6. April 2020
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The corona pandemic and the related travel restrictions and lockdowns have caused both domestic and cross-border travel to collapse. All types of transport are affected. If the lockdowns remain in place over the summer months, traditional tourist destinations, for example on the Mediterranean, will suffer major economic losses. [mehr]
3. April 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, uncertainties about the future development of German real estate prices have increased considerably. A global flight to safety should drive prices for residential properties up. In the short-run, the downturn in economic activity, particularly during the first half of 2020, and considerable uncertainty about the future as well as the psychological burden are likely to result in price declines. [mehr]
3. April 2020
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In their fight against the spread of COVID-19 over the last weeks, EU governments introduced temporary restrictions to border traffic of various degrees ranging from border controls to outright closure. In several cases this had a severe impact on freight traffic as border controls led to tens of kilometres of traffic jam, such as between Poland and Germany. [mehr]
1. April 2020
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Aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie und der damit einhergehenden Reise- und Ausgangsbeschränkungen ist der Personenverkehr auf nationaler Ebene und grenzüberschreitend dramatisch eingebrochen; dies betrifft alle Verkehrsträger. Sollte dieser Zustand über die Sommermonate anhalten, drohen gerade den klassischen Tourismuszielen z.B. in der Mittelmeerregion heftige wirtschaftliche Einbußen. [mehr]
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