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13. März 2023
Mit den überraschend starken harten Daten für Januar steigen die Chancen, dass in Q1 ein weiterer BIP-Rückgang vermieden werden könnte. Dies ist noch nicht unsere Basisprognose, doch es würde Deutschland vor einer technischen Rezession bewahren. Allerdings erwarten wir weiterhin eine Stagnation der Investitionsausgaben des privaten Verbrauchs. Daher halten wir an unserer 0%-Prognose für das deutsche BIP-Wachstum 2023 fest, obwohl die Aufwärtsrisiken seit Jahresbeginn zugenommen haben. [mehr]
9. März 2023
The German economy – one year after. With surprisingly strong hard data for January, chances are rising that GDP might be saved from another decline in Q1. Although not yet our baseline call, this would prevent Germany from going through a technical recession. However, still heightened uncertainty and real income losses due to high inflation will likely keep investment spending and private consumption flatlining in the first half of the year. Hence, we maintain our 0% forecast for 2023 German GDP growth, although upside risks have increased since the start of the year. [mehr]
8. März 2023
Something we’re often asked is which era in history is most like this one. Perhaps the obvious answer is the 1970s, given the energy shock and high inflation. Others have pointed to the late-90s and early-2000s, when the dot com bubble burst and big tech valuations fell substantially. Or maybe it’s more like the 1960s, another era where policymakers moved to fine-tune
economies amidst low unemployment, but which saw inflation get increasingly out of control. [mehr]
3. März 2023
London continues to be the leading trading hub for OTC interest rate derivatives with a market share of 46% and an average daily turnover of USD 2.6 tr. However, the UK has lost ground since 2019 when its market share was still 51%. This is due to the transition away from Libor as well as the ongoing efforts of EU authorities to bring more derivatives clearing into the bloc. [mehr]
2. März 2023
Despite the lower absolute energy imports, Germany had to pay significantly more for its imports because of higher prices. Total primary energy demand in Germany fell by just under 5% in 2022. Oil, coal, and renewables have expanded their share in primary energy demand, while natural gas and nuclear energy have lost importance. [mehr]
1. März 2023
We calculate a nominal and real return triangle for German house prices from 1970 to 2022. The market offered an inflation hedge in the past. This is in particular true for periods of high inflation as in these periods house prices even exceeded inflation. The huge supply shortage and rising rents are further arguments for a bottoming out of house prices in 2023. [mehr]
1. März 2023
Wir berechnen ein nominales und reales Renditedreieck von 1970 bis 2022 für Hauspreise in Deutschland. Der Markt bot in der Vergangenheit einen Inflationsschutz. Dies gilt insbesondere für Phasen mit hohen Inflationsraten, da dort die Hauspreise sogar die Inflation übertrafen. Die große Angebotsknappheit und steigende Mieten sind weitere Faktoren, weshalb die aktuell fallenden Hauspreise bald ihren Boden finden dürften. [mehr]
27. Februar 2023
In the first part of series 4 of our Future of Payments series, Marion Laboure and Cassidy Ainsworth-Grace take a look at how the end of a rare macroeconomic environment, featuring near-zero interest rates, stimulus packages, and excess liquidity, could clean the market of bad actors, much like the dot-com bubble did two decades ago. [mehr]