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Economic activity stagnated in the final months of 2019

18.02.2020

German economic activity remained weak in the final quarter of 2019. Industry was the main factor weighing on aggregate output towards the end of the year, the Bundesbank’s economists write in the most recent edition of their Monthly Report. House price inflation in Germany lessened last year.

Economic activity stagnated in the final months of 2019
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Urban house price growth in Germany decelerating

17.02.2020

House prices in German towns and cities were up in 2019 by 6% on the year. This represents a marked slowdown in price growth compared with 2018. 

Urban house price growth in Germany decelerating
House prices in German towns and cities were up in 2019 by 6% on the year.
Weidmann: Make monetary policy easier to understand

04.02.2020

Speaking at Deutsche Börse’s New Year’s reception in Eschborn, Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann says that monetary policy needs to be easier to understand.

Weidmann: Make monetary policy easier to understand
Sufficient capital buffers indispensable

30.01.2020

Vice-President Claudia M. Buch points out that an unexpected economic downturn could be amplified if the banking sector deleverages to maintain capital ratios. Hence, “banks must maintain capital buffers designed to absorb losses and thereby stabilizing lending”, Buch stated at an event in Dublin. 

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