Energy price rises and supply chain issues have thrown previous forecasts up in the air
Germany’s DAX market index has stabilised after the last twenty-four hours saw incremental gains. As of writing, it now stands at 15,249.38.
The German auto sector could be teetering on the brink, according to the country’s Handelsblatt newspaper.
It has been six years since the Paris Agreement was signed and it’s not looking great…
Does it point to a crash?
But the Belgians are streaks ahead of the Swiss
Driver shortages across Europe – not just the UK
Even though outcome is still far from clear
Much of what happens with the German economy depends on Sunday’s elections, with the leading candidates neck-and-neck
As a Brit living in Berlin, Pete Carvill suspects he is not allowed an opinion on Brexit – not that that has stopped him