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Trade gloom drives French, German economic divergence
A modern commercial estate converted from old warehouses and television studios in the Paris suburb of Aubervilliers may hold the key to understanding why France’s economy is outperforming Germany, the eurozone’s longstanding powerhouse.
Export slump pushes German economy to brink of recession
A collapse in exports pushed Europe’s largest economy to the brink of recession in the second quarter.
German 30-year Bund auction to test demand for subzero yields
Germany’s borrowing costs edged higher on Wednesday before the sale of new 30-year government bonds that could test investor demand for deeply negative bond yields.
German economy shrinks as 'golden decade' comes to an end
Germany's economy shrank in the second quarter as global uncertainty and the trade war took a toll on its manufacturers.
Don’t rely on German fiscal medicine to fix economy’s ailments
Even with Germany mired in an industrial slump and possibly flirting with recession, don’t expect Chancellor Angela Merkel to loosen the purse strings just yet.
German INSTEX chief ‘forced to resign’ after criticizing Israel
Bernd Erbel, who was recently appointed to head Europe’s trade mechanism with Iran, known as INSTEX, has been reportedly forced to resign after a German newspaper accused Germany's former ambassador to Tehran of supporting “anti-Semitism,” criticizing Israel and supporting Iran’s missile program.
'Scary' German output figures propel recession fears
German industrial output fell more than expected in June, driven by weaker production of intermediate and capital goods, adding to signs that Europe’s biggest economy contracted in the second quarter as its exporters get caught in trade disputes.
'Part of German soul' under threat as forests die
A catastrophic combination of heat, drought, storms, forest fires, beetle plagues and a fungi blight have so far this year destroyed swathes of German forest equivalent to more than 200,000 football fields.
German private sector activity at weakest in more than six years
Activity in Germany’s private sector hit its weakest level in more than six years in July, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting Europe’s largest economy started the third quarter on a weak footing.
German economy on the brink as Merkel's manufacturing sector slumps
Germany's economy is quickly declining despite the belief of Angela Merkel's team there is no crisis striking her country as the German manufacturing sector continues to contract with no signs of recovery, economic expert Shweta Singh warned.
German manufacturing recession deepens, weakest showing in seven years: PMI
A recession in Germany’s manufacturing sector worsened in July with the performance of goods producers dropping to the lowest level in seven years, a survey showed on Wednesday, suggesting a deteriorating growth outlook for Europe’s largest economy.
Top German regulator warns of threat from cheap money, presses banks to reform
Germany’s top financial regulator warned of the dangers posed to banks by cheap money and urged them to ‘get real’ in overhauling their businesses and axing loss-making operations.
German business confidence dives again as economy wobbles
A slump in German business confidence deepened in June as trade tensions weighed on manufacturers.
German manufacturing decline eases as services grow
Activity in Germany’s services and manufacturing sector edged higher in June, a survey showed on Friday, suggesting that growth in Europe’s biggest economy has stabilized at a moderate pace in the second quarter.
German hospital establishes new department for climate change patients
The Charité University Hospital (Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin) opened a new department that focuses on investigating the potential consequences of climate change on health.

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