Public Debt in Germany

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Germany - Public Debt

The economy grew faster than expected in Q1, owing to robust domestic demand and a positive contribution from the external sector despite lingering external headwinds. Upbeat household consumption, amid a tight labor market and easing inflationary pressures, and strong fixed investment powered the domestic economy. Data on the second quarter, meanwhile, is mixed but overall suggests that economic growth remained resilient in the quarter. Consumer confidence stayed elevated through May, and the composite PMI in April–May trended above the Q1 average. On the other hand, business confidence continued to tread water in April and May, and the downturn in the manufacturing sector seemingly intensified in the same period. Meanwhile, the grand coalition has come under renewed pressure after the Social Democrats suffered further electoral losses in local elections in Bremen and the European elections.

Germany - Public Debt Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
Public Debt (% of GDP)77.5  74.7  71.0  68.2  64.1  

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Germany Facts

ValueChangeDate
Bond Yield-0.260.41 %Jun 14
Exchange Rate1.120.65 %Jun 14
Stock Market12,096-0.41 %Jun 14

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