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14. Juli 2022
Moving into recession. A likely further decline in Russian gas supply after the maintenance of NS1 will necessitate additional savings. While we do not expect a full rationing, we believe the economic consequences will together with a US recession and other headwinds push Germany into a recession in H2 2022. Given that prospects for Russian gas deliveries have darkened since February, this energy shock will not hit Germany by surprise or unprepared. Hence, we expect a modest but rather drawn-out GDP decline, as the economy gradually adjusts. After a 1 ¼% expansion in 2022, German GDP will shrink by around 1% in 2023, largely because consumers will not be able to offset the real income loss by further dissaving. In a “tap remains turned off” scenario, we expect a rationing of gas leading to a GDP slump between 5% and 6% in 2023. [mehr]
7. Juli 2022
The quant team's 'Academic Insights' report discusses the most relevant, recently published academic papers on various topics related to quantitative investing as sourced by Deutsche Bank Research analysts. The latest edition, which features over 70 studies and podcasts, includes climate research, digital assets, intangibles, inflation, tail risk hedging and diversification. Watch this latest video with Caio Natividade to find out what stands out. [mehr]
6. Juli 2022
From 2035, only climate-neutral passenger cars will be allowed to be registered in the EU. In principle, the course is being set in the direction of battery-electric mobility. However, the option of using e-fuels is not completely off the table. The market shares of electric cars in total new registrations currently vary widely within the EU. Southern and Eastern European countries are lagging behind. To increase the acceptance of e-mobility, the expansion of the charging infrastructure must be widely accelerated. This is a major challenge that also requires the support of the state. The trend towards electric mobility has already triggered a noticeable structural change in Germany as an automotive location. The net impact of this structural change on value creation and employment in Germany is likely to be negative. [mehr]
1. Juli 2022
Ab 2035 sollen in der EU nur noch klimaneutrale Pkw zugelassen werden dürfen. Grundsätzlich werden alle Weichen Richtung batterieelektrische Mobilität gestellt. Allerdings ist die Option, sogenannte E-Fuels einzusetzen, nicht gänzlich vom Tisch. Die Marktanteile von Elektroautos an den gesamten Neuzulassungen fallen innerhalb der EU aktuell sehr unterschiedlich aus. Süd- und osteuropäische Länder sind hier die Nachzügler. Um Akzeptanz der E-Mobilität zu erhöhen, muss der Ausbau der Ladeinfrastruktur massiv beschleunigt werden. Dies ist eine große Herausforderung, bei der auch der Staat gefragt ist. Der Trend in Richtung Elektromobilität hat am Automobilstandort Deutschland bereits einen spürbaren Strukturwandel ausgelöst. Die Netto-Bilanz dieses Strukturwandels für die Wertschöpfung und Beschäftigung in Deutschland wird negativ ausfallen. [mehr]