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1972 (21-30)
1. September 2023
Back to school with a new edition of the "Germany: Economic Chartbook".
Given the deterioration of sentiment as well as other high-frequency data, and the current and looming global headwinds, we have lowered our 2023 and 2024 GDP forecasts. While inflation is moving in the right direction, leading labor market indicators point to first cracks, even though skilled workers are still in high demand. However, private consumption is weak, and the latest consumer sentiment surveys do not suggest an imminent upswing. We take a closer look at the development of wages and household finances. Higher interest rates and a low propensity to invest have slowed lending to companies. Finally, we also look at the fiscal budget, a German green trade surplus and the office market. With a more long-term perspective, we illustrate Germany's structural challenges. [mehr]
14. August 2023
US inflation ticked up slightly in July as widely expected, but the broad moderating trend since a year ago appears to still be in place. What does it mean for the Federal Reserve and hopes for a soft landing? For this and more, please check out our latest video with Deutsche Bank’s senior US economist Brett Ryan and Americas Communications head Brian Blackstone. [mehr]
1. August 2023
Germany is a car-loving country. With a density of 578 cars per 1,000 inhabitants, more than one in two people in Germany owns a car (including children and the very elderly). The number of cars has risen steadily in recent years and shows that - despite the climate debate, congested inner cities and the supposedly car-critical Generation Z - there seems to be no car fatigue in Germany. [mehr]
28. Juli 2023
Deutschland ist ein Land der Autofahrer. Mit einer Pkw-Dichte von 578 Autos pro 1.000 Einwohner besitzt in Deutschland mehr als jeder Zweite ein Auto (Kinder und Hochbetagte eingerechnet). Der Pkw-Bestand ist in den letzten Jahren stetig gestiegen und zeigt, dass – trotz Klimadebatte, verstopfter Innenstädte und der vermeintlich autokritischen Generation Z – von Automüdigkeit in Deutschland nicht die Rede sein kann. [mehr]
27. Juli 2023
Das Wachstum in Deutschland wird erneut durch konjunkturelle, aber auch strukturelle Gegenwinde unter Druck gesetzt. In dieser Ausgabe von Ausblick Deutschland stellen wir unser neues Nowcast-Modell für das deutsche BIP vor, das für das zweite Quartal einen BIP-Anstieg von 0,2% prognostiziert, allerdings nehmen die Risiken für das Wachstum im zweiten Halbjahr zu. Wir nehmen die Sommerpause in Berlin zum Anlass für eine Halbzeitbilanz der Arbeit der Ampelkoalition. In einer historischen Rückblende lassen wir die Herausforderungen Revue passieren, mit denen Deutschland konfrontiert war, als der Economist es als den kranken Mann des Euro bezeichnete, und welche politischen Maßnahmen das Land ein Jahrzehnt später in einen wirtschaftlichen Superstar verwandelten. Wir finden interessante Parallelen zur heutigen Situation. [mehr]
26. Juli 2023
Over the past year, the view that a recession would be needed to enable the Fed to achieve its firm target of returning inflation to 2% has gone from long shot to consensus view to, essentially, a coin toss. In their recent US Economic Perspectives report, Deutsche Bank Research attempts to answer the question: Recession or soft landing: Is disinflation different this time? [mehr]
25. Juli 2023
Germany’s growth is under pressure from renewed cyclical and structural headwinds. In this edition of Focus Germany we introduce our new Nowcast Model for German GDP, predicting that the German economy should have expanded in Q2, but that risks for activity in H2 are increasing. We take the summer break in Berlin as an opportunity for a midterm review of the traffic-light coalition’s work. In a historic flashback we revisit the challenges Germany was facing when the Economist called it the sick man of the euro and which policy measures transformed the country into an Economic superstar a decade later. We find interesting parallels to today’s situation. [mehr]