German growth probably slowed last quarter on Europe fragility

Germany’s economy probably slowed last quarter in a sign of the fragility of the euro area’s nascent recovery.

15th January, 2014
Germany, the euro area’s largest economy, is key to sustaining the recovery in the euro zone.

Germany’s economy probably slowed last quarter in a sign of the fragility of the euro area’s nascent recovery.

Gross domestic product probably increased about a quarter of a per cent in the three months through December, compared with 0.3 per cent in the third quarter, the Federal Statistics Office said in Berlin today. Full-year growth was 0.4 per cent, missing the 0.5 per cent median estimate by economists in a Bloomberg...

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