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March 25, 2022
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Despite many years of expansion of renewable energies, Germany is – as most other industrialised countries in the world are – still dependent on fossil fuels. Germany imports close to 70% of its energy resources with Russia currently the most important supplier of fossil fuels. Germany aims to reduce its dependency on energy imports from Russia as fast as possible and plans to massively expand renewable energies but will also invest in LNG infrastructure to diversify gas supply. The short-term risk of being cut off from Russian gas and oil supply is more pronounced in the heating market and less severe in the electricity sector. A faster expansion of renewables is a consequence of the current energy crisis, but no short-term solution given limitations on the supply side. [more]
March 25, 2022
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We are launching ‘Q&A with’ – a series of concise interviews with our research analysts shedding light on the issues driving the world of economics and finance. We kick off with Tim Rokossa who is the Head of German Research as well as the global coordinator of Deutsche Bank's automotive research product. [more]
March 11, 2022
With the Fed trying to achieve a soft landing for an economy weathering both high inflation and geopolitical upheaval, Deutsche Bank Research has adjusted its forecasts for rate increases and balance sheet reduction. Matthew Luzzetti, Chief US Economist, speaks with Matthew Barnard, Director of North American Equity Research, and details the numerous challenges facing the Fed as it attempts to delicately thread this policy needle. [more]
March 11, 2022
With the Fed trying to achieve a soft landing for an economy weathering both high inflation and geopolitical upheaval, Deutsche Bank Research has adjusted its forecasts for rate increases and balance sheet reduction. Matthew Luzzetti, Chief US Economist, speaks with Matthew Barnard, Director of North American Equity Research, and details the numerous challenges facing the Fed as it attempts to delicately thread this policy needle. [more]
March 4, 2022
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War in Ukraine – slowing but not ending the German recovery. In a moderate economic scenario (which is our new baseline forecast) we expect German GDP to grow by between 2 ½% and 3% (old forecast 4%). Surging energy prices should push the annual inflation rate to around 5 ½% in 2022. Government spending is expected to be ramped up by 1 ¼ and 1 ½ pp, limiting the overall growth loss. In a more severe scenario headline inflation could rise to between 6 ½% and 7%, as oil and gas deliveries are at least temporarily halted. Annual GDP growth should be a meagre 1% to 1 ½%. [more]
February 22, 2022
We are excited to announce that Mike Bloomberg, Founder and CEO of Bloomberg LP, Founder of Bloomberg Philanthropies, and UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Ambition and Solutions will be key note speaker at our upcoming annual global ESG conference discussing key sustainability issues with moderator Henrik Johnsson

Contact your Deutsche Bank sales representative for more information and to register for the event. [more]
February 21, 2022
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James Brand, Head of European Utility Research has just published a new report discussing the ambitious targets set by Germany's coalition government, arguably Europe's most ambitious decarbonisation targets. The targets aims to transform Germany's power market, reaching 80% renewable generation by 2030 while closing its remaining nuclear plants and phasing out coal and could put Germany at the forefront of the energy transition. He uses an hourly German power market model to analyse how its targeted mix can adapt to the biggest challenges of energy transition: renewable intermittency and demand seasonality. [more]
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