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Thursday, Aug 292013, 4:04 AM|Thursday, Aug 292013, 4:04 AM| Comment!
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Tuesday, Aug 272013, 5:15 AM
Tuesday, Aug 272013, 5:15 AM| Comment!
- The figure of 107.5 for business confidence is the highest since April 2012.
- The business climate indicator for manufacturing increased significantly and has also hit its highest level in 16 months, with companies expecting exports to improve.
- Wholesaling confidence rose, but retailing and construction fell. (PR)
- ETFs - Stocks: FGM, EWG, GERJ, EWGS, DBGR. Bonds: BUNL, BUNT, BUND, GGOV
Tuesday, Aug 272013, 4:09 AM
Tuesday, Aug 272013, 4:09 AM| Comment!
- Germany's Ifo index of business confidence has risen to 107.5 this month from 106.2 in July and topped consensus of 107.
- Current assessment 112 vs 110.1 and 111.
- Expectations 103.3 vs 102.4 and 103. (PR)
- DAX is -1.2%, while the euro takes a bit of a tumble vs the dollar and is -0.1%.
- ETFs - German stocks: FGM, EWG, GERJ, EWGS, DBGR. Bonds: BUNL, BUNT, BUND, GGOV. Euro: FXE, ERO, ULE, URR, EUO, DRR, EUFX
Thursday, Aug 222013, 3:50 AM
Thursday, Aug 222013, 3:50 AM| Comment!
- German flash manufacturing PMI has risen to a 25-month high of 52 in August from 50.7 in July and topped consensus of 51.1. Services 52.4 vs 51.3 and 51.7. Manufacturing output 55.3 vs 53.8 in July. Composite output 53.4 vs 52.1.
- "The survey provides confirmation that Germany’s economy is back on a solid footing and likely to remain in expansion through the third quarter of 2013," says Markit. "Manufacturing was an especially bright spot in August...A rebound in export orders helped output growth accelerate to its strongest for over two years."
- German shares +1.1%. (PR)
- ETS: FGM, EWG, GERJ, EWGS, DBGR, BUNL, BUNT, BUND, GGOV.
Wednesday, Aug 142013, 4:34 AM
Wednesday, Aug 142013, 4:34 AM| Comment!
- Economic expansion boosted by domestic demand, with household and government consumption rising vs Q1.
- Fixed capital formation experienced a notable increase, probably in large part due to "catch-up effects following an unusually long and cold winter."
- A trade surplus also contributed to growth. (PR) (Previous)
- German ETFs - Stocks: FGM, EWG, GERJ, EWGS, DBGR. Bonds: BUNL, BUNT, BUND, GGOV.
Wednesday, Aug 142013, 2:09 AM
Wednesday, Aug 142013, 2:09 AM| Comment!
- German Q2 GDP +0.7% on quarter vs flat in Q1 and consensus of +0.6%.
- On year, NSA GDP +0.9% vs -1.6% and +0.3%; WDA GDP +0.5% on year vs -0.3% in Q1.
- Having spiked following French GDP, the euro receives another boost and is now +0.1%.
- German ETFs - Stocks: FGM, EWG, GERJ, EWGS, DBGR; Bonds - BUNL, BUNT, BUND, GGOV.
- Eurozone ETFs - Euro: FXE, ERO, ULE, URR, EUO, DRR, EUFX. Equities: EZU, VGK, FEZ, EPV, IEV, ADRU, FEP, FDD, UPV, EPV, DFE, FEU, FEEU. Bonds: EU
Tuesday, Aug 132013, 5:09 AM
Tuesday, Aug 132013, 5:09 AM| Comment!
- The German ZEW survey of investor confidence has climbed to 42 in August from 36.3 in July and topped consensus of 40.
- The current situation print leapt to 18.3 from 10.6 and slayed forecasts of 12.
- Sentiment for the eurozone climbed to 44 from 32.8 and exceeded expectations of 37.4.
- The euro (FXE) spikes vs the dollar and is now flat.
- Relevant ETFs - Stocks: FGM, EWG, GERJ, EWGS, DBGR; Bonds: BUNL, BUNT, BUND, GGOV; Euro: ERO, ULE, URR, EUO, DRR, EUFX (PR)
Tuesday, Aug 132013, 2:11 AM
Tuesday, Aug 132013, 2:11 AM| Comment!
- German CPI +0.5% on month in July (as expected) vs +0.1% in June; on year, inflation +1.9% (as expected) vs +1.8% previously.
- Harmonized CPI +0.4% on month (as expected) vs +0.1%; on year, HCPI unchanged at +1.9% (as expected).
- Wholesale price index -0.3% on month vs -0.4% in June and consensus of +0.1%. On year, WPI flat vs +0.7% and +0.6%.
- Relevant ETFs - Stocks: FGM, EWG, GERJ, EWGS, DBGR. Bonds: BUNL, BUNT, BUND, GGOV. Euro: FXE, ERO, ULE, URR, EUO, DRR, EUFX (PR)
Tuesday, Apr 22013, 4:05 AMGerman PMI slips to 49 in March (flash 48.9) from 50.3 in February. "A return to falling new order levels was the main factor behind the negative outturn," Markit says, while production volumes stalled. "Manufacturers cited heightened uncertainty about the economic outlook, especially across export markets within the euro area, as having curtailed client spending," Markit says. (PR) |Tuesday, Apr 22013, 4:05 AM| Comment!
Thursday, Mar 212013, 4:41 AMFlash German manufacturing PMI unexpectedly drops to 48.9 from 50.3 in February; manufacturing output 49.8 vs 50.7; services 51.6 vs 54.7, composite output 51 vs 53.3. The loss of output growth momentum was the greatest since the middle of 2011, says Market, while the survey doesn't take into account the impact of the Cyprus flair-up. The Dax and euro dive, and are -0.7% and -0.3% (vs the dollar) respectively. (PR) |Thursday, Mar 212013, 4:41 AM| Comment!
Tuesday, Mar 122013, 3:08 AM
Monday, Mar 112013, 6:12 AMGermany's trade surplus slips to a seasonably adjusted €15.7B in January from €16.9B in December and vs consensus of €15.8B. Exports +1.4% M/M vs +0.2% and +0.3%. Imports +3.3% vs -1.5% and +1%. "Very hesitantly, hard data is reflecting the strong rebound in sentiment surveys," says Berenberg Bank economist Christian Schulz. (PR) |Monday, Mar 112013, 6:12 AM| Comment!
Friday, Mar 12013, 4:16 AMGerman manufacturing PMI climbs to 50.3 (flash 50.1) in February from 49.8 in January as new business increases at the fastest pace for almost two years, export demand rebounds, and the decline in employment slows down. The data shows that the manufacturing sector is "firmly on track to boost German GDP over the first quarter of 2013," Markit says. (PR)
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Tuesday, Jan 152013, 4:30 AM
Tuesday, Jan 152013, 3:42 AMMore on 2012 German GDP: taking into account three fewer working days, GDP +0.9%. Exports +4.1% and imports +2.3%, with the balance contributing 1.1 percentage point to the expansion and was "once again the main driving force for economic growth." Household expenditure +0.8%, government spending +1%; capital formation in construction -1.1%, and in machinery and equipment -4.4%. Employment hits record 41.6M; gross labor productivity -0.3% but +0.4% per hour worked. (PR) |Tuesday, Jan 152013, 3:42 AM| Comment!