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20. Juli 2020
The German export sector has had to cope with numerous challenges over the last few years. These include “homemade” problems, above all in the auto industry, but also the shift in US trade policy. Climate change has become an increasingly important issue, too; in fact, it implies massive changes. That is why the long-term trend in many manufacturing sectors appeared unclear even ahead of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, COVID-19 has compounded already existing uncertainties. From our vantage point, a number of reasons support our hypothesis that continental value chains are likely to gain importance. [mehr]
16. Juli 2020
Stuttgart baut weniger als andere Metropolen. Die Angebotsknappheit wird auch perspektivisch zumindest für einige Jahre bestehen bleiben. Positive Impulse von der Inbetriebnahme des neuen unterirdischen Hauptbahnhofs werden im aktuellen Jahrzehnt womöglich auch ausbleiben. Daher erwarten wir weitere Preissteigerungen. Die Mieten dagegen dürften nicht nur Corona-bedingt deutlich verhaltener zulegen. Die relativ hohen anfänglichen Mietrenditen dürften also weiter fallen. [mehr]
14. Juli 2020
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„Gemeinsam. Europa wieder stark machen“, das ist die Devise der halbjährigen deutschen EU-Ratspräsidentschaft. In ihrer Podzept-Premiere beschreibt Barbara Böttcher, Teamleiterin Europapolitik bei Deutsche Bank Research, ob das angesichts der aktuellen Herausforderungen rund um die Corona-Pandemie, Brexit-Handelsgesprächen, Digitalisierungs-Defiziten und Klimasorgen ein realistisches Ziel ist. Und sie erklärt, warum Europa für sie – trotz allem – eine echte Herzensangelegenheit ist. [mehr]
14. Juli 2020
The unemployment rates of teenagers and young adults were already attracting attention during the financial and euro crisis. The corona crisis has again led to massive distortions on the labour markets in many countries. However, the initial development of the official youth unemployment rate was fairly diverse internationally. In some countries the unemployment rate has even fallen sharply. [mehr]
13. Juli 2020
In 2019, net migration to Germany amounted to +327,100, a significant decrease compared to the previous years. Particularly striking is the sharp decline in immigration from Poland and the sharp increase in the number of immigrants from India. In 2020, immigration is likely to collapse due to the COVID-19 crisis. Subsequently, we expect higher number again. The migration over the coming years might be driven by the skilled worker immigration law which came into force in March 2020. Also, the very good epidemiological situation in Germany compared with many other countries might be a pull factor. If net migration then returns to more than 300,000 people per year, the population is likely to rise from 83.2 million today to over 84 million by the early 2030s. [mehr]
10. Juli 2020
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The coronavirus recession results in large-scale balance sheet changes both at euro-area and US banks. At the peak of the slump, lending to companies and corporate deposits surged further, while lending to households was much less affected. Banks also strongly increased their funding from and liquidity buffers at central banks. Within the euro area, funding from the ECB rose particularly in Germany and France, but remains much more important in Italy and Spain. Purchases of government bonds by US banks were smaller and started later than in the EMU. Over the next couple of months, corporate loans and deposits may gradually come down both in the US and Europe. Banks’ liquidity reserves at central banks are set to decrease, while their government bond holdings are expected to rise considerably. [mehr]
10. Juli 2020
Die Arbeitslosenquoten von Jugendlichen und jungen Erwachsenen standen bereits während der Finanz- und Eurokrise im Fokus. Nun hat die Corona-Krise in vielen Ländern zu massiven Verwerfungen an den Arbeitsmärkten geführt. Allerdings entwickelte sich die offizielle Jugendarbeitslosigkeit international sehr divers. In einigen Ländern ist die Arbeitslosenquote sogar kräftig gefallen. [mehr]
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