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The bulls will hardly take over in Germany

The new German government has finally come into place and is now starting its work, this is unlikely to cause the financial markets to shudder right now, but some southern European countries are probably more tense.

A mighty megatrend returns

The Covid-19 crisis caused a significant drop in income for many households around the world, but at some point, the journey towards the middle class will revert again – probably in even more countries than before.

A mighty megatrend returns

The Covid-19 crisis caused a significant drop in income for many households around the world, but at some point, the journey towards the middle class will revert again – probably in even more countries than before.

The ECB is once again behind the curve

Several major economies are moving forward, though the inflation in particular, shows muscles which should generate more central bank rhetoric towards rate hikes.

China – When a giant must fall

Last week, nervous investors took an immediate sigh of relief when China Evergrande announced an agreement on one interest payment in the domestic Chinese loan market, but the company’s problems will return.

The American economy mid-2022

An increasing number of economic indicators point to less growth than expected, including the US, and the outlook is becoming more uncertain.

A consumer message to Wall Street

An end to the lockdowns in Western countries was long-awaited by the consumers, and the financial markets have been waiting to see the increased spending turn into rising corporate profits – but consumers are now sending mixed signals…

The next global crisis is underway

Some might hope that the world is on its way out of the Covid-19 crisis, though it’s still hard to determine, now would be a good time to start the macroeconomic clean-up work, as several tough pills need to be...
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German economy – still no revolution

The general election to the German parliament will take place on the 26th September, though this time, Chancellor Angela Merkel is not running for re-election. Will it make a significant difference to Germany’s economic policy in the future?
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