Germany narrowly escapes recession

Germany narrowly escapes recession

Germany bucked expectations and narrowly avoided a widely-feared recession when its economy unexpectedly expanded by 0.1% in the third quarter. Analysts expected a 0.1% contraction. Household spending was higher than in the second quarter and the state also increased spending.

I have no idea
I have no idea 3 months

Until brexit. EU budget in 2017 - Total: 157.9 billion British contribution -  32.8 billion That difference will come from somewhere.

eclipseNF 3 months

I know of a time in the not so distant past where Germany made a miraculous economic recovery

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 3 months

So Germany (the black heart and soulless soul of the EU) is about to crash, and without the UK's input will definitely crash, no wonder all the europhile's have been so desperate to keep us in, roll on the 12th of December and hope to God for a no deal brexit.

David Silverstone
David Silverstone 3 months

But they have all these fantastic migrants flooding in how come they arent in full blown growth mode 24/7/365

J. C.
J. C. 3 months

this number was engineered

Binx1 3 months

oh. there banks didnt Bail out wall-street. those jack knifes were sll smiles leaving the white house


A cynic might call this announcement that just avoids recession at the last moment 'convenient'

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