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EY Eurozone (Germany) Forecast — June 2014

EY Eurozone (Germany) Forecast — June 2014

Latest activity indicators suggest that Germany remains one of the Eurozone’s strongest performers. As well as the solid Q1 GDP result, the Ifo Institute’s closely watched Business Climate Index and the European Commission (EC) Economic Sentiment Indicator are at or around recent three-year highs.

Source: Ernst & Young, June 2014

EY Eurozone (Germany) Forecast — Mar 2014

EY Eurozone (Germany) Forecast — Mar 2014

German GDP is forecast to expand by 1.7% in 2014 and this should allow improving confidence to translate into solid domestic demand over the next year.  Investment is set to rebound this year, growing by some 3.8% and contributing around 0.4 percentage points to GDP growth.

Source: Ernst & Young, Mar 2014

Focus Germany — Onward and Upward

Focus Germany — Onward and Upward

The forecast for Germany's economy in 2014 and 2015 are both highly positive. Germany would once again be the growth leader among the larger euro-area members. It would enjoy a more broadly based upswing as not only domestic demand but also foreign demand would contribute to growth.

Source: Deutsche Bank, Jan 2014

EY Eurozone (Germany) Forecast — Dec 2013

EY Eurozone (Germany) Forecast — Dec 2013

Growth is forecast to accelerate in 2014 as low unemployment, strong wage growth and a revival of the housing sector benefit consumer demand. As external demand is also expected to pick up in the medium term, GDP is set to increase by 1.7% a year in 2015-2017.

Source: Ernst & Young, Dec 2013

German Investment Market View — Q2 2013

German Investment Market View — Q2 2013

In the first half of 2013, the German commercial property investment market turned over around €12.6bn, an increase of €3.2bn (34%) on the transaction volume in the same period of 2012. This was the highest half-yearly result since the boom year of 2007.

Source: CBRE, 2013

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