German industrial production unexpectedly dropped for a second month in October, signalling an uneven recovery in Europe’s largest economy.
Output, adjusted for seasonal swings, decreased 1.2 per cent from September, when it fell a revised 0.7 per cent, the Economy Ministry in Berlin said today. Economists predicted a gain of 0.7 percent, according to a Bloomberg News survey. Production climbed 1 per cent from a year earlier when adjusted for working days.
Germany’s economic growth risks being...
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