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European stock markets have to decline in early trading, as investors digest this morning’s German factory data.

Apertura #MercadosEuropeos DAX -0, 09% EuroStoxx 50 -0, 22% FTSE 100 -0, 24% CAC 40 -0, 34% FTSE MIB -0, 23% https :// t.co/ S6BlqjZDk3

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Angela Merkel’s government can expect more calls to boost spending, to support the struggling German economy.

Thomas Gitzel, economist at VP Bank Group, clarifies( via Reuters ):

“The German economy is in the midst of a recession. Today’s

data make that clear again.

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Martin Enlund, director foreign exchange strategist from Nordea, fears that German factory orderings will keep slumping in the coming months.

He points out that they are closely aligned to the IFO business climate index, which has also weakened alarmingly in recent months 😛 TAGEND

German factory orders vs Ifo momentum: -AAH! FX weekly: Is everything falling apart? -> https :// t.co/ lmSlrILE3E pic.twitter.com/ I5adJeKYUs

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Christophe Barraud, manager economist at Market Protection, says the ongoing slump in German factory orders does not bode well for the global economy 😛 TAGEND

#GERMANY AUG FACTORY ORDERS Y/ Y: -6. 7% V -6. 4% E( 15 th straigth; largest since May 2019) It had confirmed that world busines growth will remain under pressure in the short term. pic.twitter.com/ tt2GvxHacw

#Germany‘s manufacturing recession deepens. Germany Aug factory orderings fall 6.7%% Y/ Y; Est. -6. 4% Y/ Y pic.twitter.com/ XLaiFWJohR

Not out of the timbers yet! #Germany‘s mill orderings fell 6.7% YoY in August, more than expected, and differentiating the 15 th consecutive month of YoY decline. pic.twitter.com/ wwc2 8lPhUi

German factory orders for August show the industrial sector languishing near recent lows( -6. 7% yoy v -5. 0% in July and a recent low-pitched of -8. 4% in May ).

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Domestic orderings decreased by 2.6% and foreign orders enhanced by 0.9% in August 2019 on the previous month. New orderings from the euro area were up 1.5%, brand-new orders from other countries rose 0.4% compared to July 2019.

Based on provisional data, the Federal Statistical Office( Destatis) reports that price-adjusted new orders in #manufacturing had decreased in August 2019 a seasonally and calendar adjusted 0.6% on the previous month. https :// t.co/ BjCTzYez5f pic.twitter.com/ 3lmbuoh8mx

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