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Germany - Exchange Rate

Following an acceleration in the second quarter, monthly data suggests that the economy continues to perform solidly in the third quarter. The average composite PMI reading in the first two months of Q3 trended above the average figure for the previous quarter. Moreover, sentiment among consumers remained elevated through September while business sentiment edged up in August. On the other hand, in July industrial production contracted sharply month-on-month despite a strong rebound from the construction sector. In addition, exports fell, and the trade surplus narrowed to a multi-year low amid resilient import growth. On the political front, next month’s state elections in Bavaria will worry the Christian Social Union—aligned with Chancellor Merkel’s CDU—which could lose its absolute majority in the southern state. Such a result could heighten tensions in the federal government’s governing coalition.

Germany - Exchange Rate Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
Exchange Rate (vs USD)1.38  1.21  1.09  1.05  1.20  

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Germany Exchange Rate Chart

Germany Exchange Rate
Note: U.S. dollar (USD) per euro.
Source: Thomson Reuters.

Germany Facts

Bond Yield0.500.41 %Oct 12
Exchange Rate1.160.65 %Oct 12
Stock Market11,524-0.41 %Oct 12

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