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Carsten Brzeski - ING-DiBa
Even though the German economy could still use some new structural reforms, today's Ifo index illustrates that low-interest rates, a relatively weak euro and continued government consumption should once again extend the current golden cycle.feedback
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Mar 27 2017
German economy has been commented on by 22 key people in the news. You can find all of them on this page with their statements. People who have been most quoted about German economy are: Carsten Brzeski, Clemens Fuest, Rolf Bürkl and Sigmar Gabriel. For instance, the most recent quote from Carsten Brzeski is: “Even though the German economy could still use some new structural reforms, today's Ifo index illustrates that low-interest rates, a relatively weak euro and continued government consumption should once again extend the current golden cycle.”.
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Clemens Fuest

The German economy seems to be unfazed by the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president. Confidence in the German economy continues to be good.feedback

Ian Goldin

It's both a short term and a long term investment. In the short term it provides stimulus to the German economy which will grow about 0.2 percent faster than it would have without the refugees. In the longer term – there was a situation with one of the lowest fertility rates in the world in Germany and that will be vital for the long term sustainability for the German Economy.feedback

Ulrike Kastens - Sal. Oppenheim

These are very good figures. The German economy is again significantly stronger, which is mainly due to an upturn in the manufacturing sector. It looks like we'll see a good year-end performance.feedback

Oliver Kolodseike - Markit

The German economy has entered the fast lane again at the start of the fourth quarter, with output growth accelerating from September's recent low.feedback

Hagen Hennerkes

Even if the German economy is doing well and tax revenues are churning, no one can really foresee the consequences of Brexit. No one should rely on the monetary policy of ECB President Mario Draghi.feedback

Thomas Gitzel - VP Bank

The light is green for the German economy to thrust into growth in the second half of the year. The overall growth rate in 2016 could come in better than expected.feedback

Hans Michelbach

As German economy minister, your task is to promote Germany as a place to do business and not to bad-mouth individual market participants.feedback

Rolf Bürkl - GfK

It appears that consumers feel the German economy will develop somewhat more moderately in the coming months.feedback

Rolf Bürkl - GfK

The consequences of this (Brexit) for the European and, above all, German economy are still completely unclear. Nevertheless, GfK confirms its forecast that a rise in real private consumer spending of around two percent in 2016 appears achievable and realistic. Consumption therefore remains an important pillar of economic growth in Germany.feedback

Mario Draghi - European Central Bank

In fact, evidence shows that between 2008 and 2015 interest payments by households in Germany, as a percentage of gross disposable income, fell more sharply than interest earnings. Of course, low interest rates for a long period might carry the risk of overvaluation in asset markets as a result of the search for yield. But at the moment we are not seeing any overheating in the euro area or the German economy as a whole.feedback

Holger Sandte - Nordea Bank

This is more proof that the manufacturing sector is no longer a driver of growth in a world that is increasingly dominated by services. The German economy maybe needs to adapt more to this.feedback

Ulrike Kastens - Sal. Oppenheim

There are still no signs of consumer fatigue in Germany. Private consumption remains an important pillar for the German economy, in addition to construction.feedback

Rolf Bürkl - GfK

Consumers still believe that the German economy will continue to grow moderately over the next few months.feedback

Sigmar Gabriel

The German economy started 2016 on a good footing: industry posted an increase in production, employment is noticeably rising, and higher income of private households is leading to higher private spending. Our task is to use this momentum to invest in education, modern infrastructure and innovation.feedback

Carsten Brzeski - ING-DiBa

The strong growth performance also shows what currently is the biggest risk for the German economy: complacency. With growth driven by construction and consumption and a government which is reluctant to follow up on international advice to implement structural reforms, the German economy has almost started to resemble peripheral (euro zone) characteristics.feedback

Klaus Wohlrabe

The mood in the German economy is good but not euphoric.feedback

Joerg Kraemer - Commerzbank

Beneath the glamorous surface, the competitiveness of the German economy has started to erode. After the next big recession, Germany will not rise like a phoenix from the ashes.feedback

Clemens Fuest

The currently high level of consumption in Germany, the recent decline in the external value of the euro, and the ongoing recovery in the United States are likely to bolster the robust development of the German economy.feedback

Clemens Fuest

The outlook for the German economy is brightening towards the end of the year. Economic pessimism appears not to have increased after the terror attacks in Paris.feedback

Jörg Krämer - Commerzbank

The combination of a weak euro and a lower oil price stimulates the economy considerably. This is for us an important reason to expect that the German economy should unclench from last summer's stagnation. Growth should increase slowly now.feedback

David Brown

Business sentiment is recovering, consumer sentiment is picking up and Germany has been spared a double dip recession by the skin of its teeth. The German economy may be out of casualty… but a return to fuller health still needs a lot more care.feedback

Heinrich Alt

There are still some very considerable risks in the world economy and in the German economy. The situation in the US, for instance, is bleak and there are many heavily indebted nations. There are liquidity problems as well as inflation and deflation fears. On the whole, there are quite a lot of risks.feedback

Frank-Jürgen Weise

A year has come to an end which showed quite a bit better development than we could have hoped for twelve months ago. The German economy recovered comparatively well from the biggest downturn in history.feedback

Kai Carstensen

Companies are realising more and more that the euro crisis is not over yet. There are still a lot of uncertainties. For example investments are being postponed and that has an impact on practically the whole German economy.feedback

Carsten Brzeski - ING-DiBa

The German economy might not be an island of happiness any longer but it remains at least an island of growth in a still recessionary eurozone sea.feedback

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