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Chief Economist at ING Germany
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I am the Chief Economist at ING Germany. I have a broad international background in economics and finance, combining public and private sector experience in economic analysis and policy-making. Main focus: Europe, Eurozone, Germany and ECB.

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Germany: Green Stimulus To The Rescue?
Fiscal stimulus in Germany? No way. This has been a common reaction by many commentators and financial market participants over the last few years.
ECB: Draghi’s Final "As Long As It Takes"
The ECB has put all instruments on the table in what could have been the final solo attempt to restore growth and inflation in the Eurozone.
ECB: The Big Bang
Mario Draghi delivers his final "whatever it takes" with a big package of monetary stimulus.
ECB Preview: Worries Of An Aging Superhero
The final showdown between Mario Draghi and the hawks should end with monetary fireworks
Germany: No Relief For Battered Industry
The downward spiral of German industry continues. Industrial new orders dropped by 2.7% month-on-month in July from +2.7% MoM in June.
Germany: Landslide Relief
Regional elections in Saxony and Brandenburg brought another big gain for Germany's Alternative for Deutschland (AfD) party.
Germany: Weaker Inflation Supports Case For ECB Action
Low August inflation in Germany bolsters the case for a new round of monetary easing at the ECB's September meeting.
Germany: The Domestic Protection Shield Is Wearing Out
In unadjusted terms, this is the worst August performance of the German labor market since reunification and the poor performance is adding to recession fears.
Germany: Some Light With Lots Of Shade
Details of 2Q GDP data show some bright spots but the short-term outlook for the economy still points to stagnation.
Germany: Still Free Fallin’
More bad news out of Germany. Another horrible Ifo reading weakens hopes for a rebound of the economy from its own strength.
The ECB Is Concerned
The ECB is concerned. This is probably the main message from the just-released minutes of the July meeting.
Germany: The End Of A Golden Decade
The economy shrank by 0.1% QoQ in the second quarter. Inevitably, the discussion about fiscal stimulus will get more heated.
German Recession Fears, Should We Blame The Chinese Car Market?
The current slowdown of the German economy is closely linked to problems in the automotive sector.
Germany: Trade Closes Disappointing Quarter
June trade data did not bring any relief, making a small contraction in the economy more likely in the second quarter.
Germany: Industrial Slump Continues
Industrial slump worsens in June, boding ill for GDP growth in 2Q.
Germany: Some Relief From Industrial Orders
New orders rebound on strong demand from non-eurozone countries, indicating that German industry's biggest problem might not be the global slowdown.
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