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1 14.08.2017 Articles: Macroeconomics
Budgetary relief and debt dampening effect from the low interest rate environment: Not only a German phenomenon!
Abstract: Yields on German government debt securities have fallen rapidly in the aftermath of the global financial and economic crisis and provided a considerable relief to the public sector budget. At the moment, federal government securities have negative yields for maturities up to 6 years and the yield on 10 year German Bunds stands at just roughly 0.4%.
Topics: Economic policy; Fiscal policy; Macroeconomics; Real econ. trends
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2 14.08.2017 Artikel: Makroökonomie
Haushaltsentlastende und schuldendämpfende Effekte des Niedrigzinsniveaus: Nicht nur ein deutsches Phänomen!
Abstract: Im Zuge der globalen Finanz- und Wirtschaftskrise sind die Zinsen auf deutsche Staatsanleihen rapide gesunken und haben den Staatshaushalt seither in erheblichem Umfang entlastet. Aktuell rentieren die Schuldtitel des Bundes im Laufzeitenbereich von bis zu 6 Jahren noch immer im negativen Bereich und 10-jährige Bundesanleihen werfen lediglich eine Rendite von rund 0,4% ab.
Topics: Economic policy; Fiscal policy; Macroeconomics; Real econ. trends
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3 08.08.2017 Aktuelle Themen
Ausblick Deutschland: Konjunkturboom kein Grund für fiskalische Selbstzufriedenheit
Abstract: Prognose für das deutsche BIP-Wachstum in Q2 auf 0,8% angehoben. Angesichts zuletzt starker Vertrauensindikatoren und monatlicher Daten haben wir unsere BIP-Prognose für Q2 von 0,6% auf 0,8% (gegenüber Vor-quartal) angehoben (Q1 0,6%). Der private Verbrauch dürfte der Haupttreiber für das deutlich über Potenzial liegende Wachstum sein. Im zweiten Halbjahr sollte die zuletzt deutliche Euro-Aufwertung spürbar werden. Andererseits haben die ifo Exporterwartungen in den letzten Monaten deutlich zugelegt und lagen im Juli nur noch um einen Punkt unter ihrem Allzeithoch. Dies könnte auf die stärker als erwartet wachsende Konjunktur im Rest der Eurozone sowie auf eine Belebung der Nachfrage aus China zurückzuführen sein. (Weitere Themen dieser Ausgabe: Privater Konsum, Deutscher Fiskalausblick, EZB-Politik)
Topics: Business cycle; Economic growth; Economic policy; European issues; Exchange rates; Fiscal policy; Germany; Macroeconomics; Monetary policy; Prices, inflation; Real econ. trends
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4 08.08.2017 Current Issues
Focus Germany: Cyclical boom no reason for fiscal complacency
Abstract: Forecast for German Q2 GDP lifted to 0.8%. Following recent strong soft and hard data, we have lifted our forecast for Q2 GDP from 0.6% qoq to 0.8% (Q1 0.6%). Private consumption should remain the major driver behind above potential growth. In H2 the recent strong appreciation of the EUR should leave its mark. Still, in July ifo export expectations stood just 1 point below their all-time high. This could be related to the stronger than expected recovery within the Eurozone as well as stronger demand from China. (Also in this issue: private consumption, Germany's fiscal outlook, the view from Berlin)
Topics: Business cycle; Economic growth; Economic policy; European issues; Exchange rates; Fiscal policy; Germany; Macroeconomics; Monetary policy; Prices, inflation; Real econ. trends
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5 03.08.2017 Germany Monitor
Packed European agenda for the next government: Numerous challenges, no (easy) answers
Abstract: The benign economic and public environment allows to fundamentally address shortcomings of the E(M)U. The next German government’s term is faced with numerous challenges ranging from Brexit and its impact on the next EU Budget to migration and the upgrade of the euro area. A revitalised relation with France provides the opportunity for substantive steps to further stabilise the euro area albeit Germany and France need to find common ground on many issues and seek the support of EU partners. European politics is still less of a topic for the German electorate not least as mainstream parties are all various shades of pro-European. However, the next government’s party composition is likely to matter for both speed and scope of changes on European level.
Topics: Brexit; Economic policy; EMU; European issues; European policy issues; Macroeconomics; Migration; Politics and elections
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6 20.07.2017 Germany Monitor
Germany’s fiscal situation: Full employment and zero interest rates result in budget surpluses – but demographic development might become a problem!
Abstract: In an international comparison, Germany’s fiscal situation is very good – thanks to robust GDP growth and zero interest rates. In the short to medium term, dynamic revenue growth should help to ensure that Germany’s fiscal situation remains comfortable, even though expenses look set to rise strongly as well. Public finances are currently benefiting from buoyant growth, low interest rates and a “demographic respite”. Rising interest rates and the ageing society look set to put the public finances under considerable pressure from the middle of the coming decade. However, the long-term fiscal risks do not appear to play a major role in the current election campaign.
Topics: Demographics; Economic policy; Fiscal policy; Macroeconomics; Politics and elections; Real econ. trends
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7 18.07.2017 Deutschland-Monitor
Parteien schreiben Zukunftsvorsorge zu klein
Abstract: Die sozialpolitische Debatte in Deutschland ist erscheint paradox. Trotz steigender Sozialausgaben konstatieren manche Kritiker eine soziale Schieflage. Aber der Sozialschutz wirkt weithin, während die Sozialsystem profitieren von der guten Konjunktur. Auch für die Zukunft scheint eine weitere Expansion des Sozialstaates angelegt, wenn man an die demografische Entwicklung denkt und zugleich die Vorschläge der Parteien im Wahlkampf betrachtet. Zukunftsvorsorge der Sozialsysteme spielt nur die zweite Geige, obwohl den Steuer- und Beitragszahlern schon jetzt vermeidbare Belastungen aufgebürdet werden.
Topics: Demographics; Economic policy; Germany; Macroeconomics; Politics and elections; Provision for old age; Social policy
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8 18.07.2017 Germany Monitor
Parties not focusing enough on sustainability
Abstract: The debate over welfare policy in Germany appears to be paradoxical. Albeit steadily rising social spending, some critics believe that there is a social imbalance. But social security continues to have a positive impact while the welfare system is benefiting from the positive economic development. A further expansion of the welfare state is in the cards given not only the demographic trend but also the parties’ proposals in the current election campaigns. Sustainability of the welfare system is playing second fiddle only despite the fact that already taxpayers are burdened with avoidable costs.
Topics: Demographics; Economic policy; Germany; Macroeconomics; Politics and elections; Provision for old age; Social policy
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9 13.07.2017 Marktausblick Baufinanzierung
Deutschland-Monitor Baufinanzierung Q3/2017
Abstract: Wohneigentum bleibt erschwinglich. In Q3 2017 allerdings könnte aufgrund der hohen Preisdynamik die bundesweite Erschwinglichkeit erstmals wieder über 50 Indexpunkte steigen (zuletzt Ende 2014). Angesichts unserer Prognose von seitwärts laufender und im Jahr 2018 leicht höherer Hypothekenzinsen dürfte die Erschwinglichkeit also abnehmen.
Topics: Banking; Economic growth; Germany; International capital markets; Macroeconomics; Prices, inflation; Real estate; Residential real estate
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10 12.07.2017 Germany Monitor
Slowing German trend growth does not seem to be a major issue in the electoral campaign
Abstract: The developed industrial countries have experienced a steady decline in trend growth since the mid-70s – and Germany is no exception. The robust cyclical upswing is veiling this creeping erosion of growth. The demographic developments will considerably weigh on trend growth in the medium and the longer term. They will dampen labour supply, capital formation and total factor productivity. By 2025, trend growth looks set to halve again, to only ¾%. The electoral programmes of the established parties incorporate different positions on this key issue, as is to be expected.
Topics: Demographics; Economic growth; Education; Labour market; Macroeconomics; Politics and elections; Real econ. trends
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