Chief Economist ING Germany. Merkelnomics. Sports and music addict. Comments on the German and European economy. All views are, no doubt, my own.
Don't give up on the 'V'. German industrial orders surged by 27.9% MoM in June. #Germany
Latest #ECB blog entry is a good reminder that accommodative monetary policy is here to stay. Add to this the dampening impact from stronger euro on inflation and increase in PEPP looks likely.
Germany: More ‘V’ as exports and industrial production surge | Snap | ING Think - A surge in exports and industrial production confirms the 'v'-shaped rebound. The shape of the subsequent recovery is much more uncertain
'A cruel summer' was a big hit back in 1984. 36 years later, it could be the soundtrack of 2020 as the impact of the Covid-19 crisis is revealed…
Excellent summary of European election results in one picture:
So, a court tells a central bank that it took decisions in its main area of expertise without knowing what it was doing? Will we soon get central banks telling courts that legal decisions were not thoroughly prepared? #ECB
Just in case you thought these stories about Germany’s need for infrastructure investments were all made up....
German decoupling from €zone. In 2014, only 36.6% of all German exports went to €zone. In 2005, it was almost 45%.