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It remains now to be seen as the IFO index will present themselves in the coming months. Interim mood downturns are cannot be ruled out given the limited growth prospects for the economy. Sixth 26.Marz…das US economic growth in the fourth quarter 2009 throwing we finally have a look at the data in the growth of the world’s largest economy. The U.S. Department of Commerce had communicated to the 26th in his final assessment to the 4.Quartal 2009 that grew gross domestic product (GDP) in the United States from October to December at an annual rate of 5.6 percent.

Due to the fact that private consumption was in decline and was the willingness of companies limited, provisional GDP growth had to be corrected by 5.9 per cent down. On the other hand, was recorded the strongest economic growth for more than six years, on the other hand, shrank the US economy in 2009 as a whole by 2.4 percent and therefore had to accept the sharpest recession since 1946. For comparison: economic performance in Germany declined in 2009 by 5.0 percent. Final conclusion: the month March was once again characterised by quite different signals from the economic front. While the much-publicised sentiment indicators under different auspices were IFO and ZEW this month and could thus provide no clear tendency of mood, the German industry with strong job data was waiting. When looking across the pond is noticeable, on the one hand, that U.S. industrial production in February was prone to the weakness and the U.S.

growth data for the 4.Quartal had to be revised downwards. As a positive aspect in this context is quite clear to point out that the US Federal Reserve (fed) following the interest rate decision is explicitly pointed out on the stabilized employment situation in the United States. In terms of a more robust recovery in the course of the year, this would be of fundamental importance. It remains now to be seen whether the current unemployment rate of 9.7 percent in the near future can be reduce. If this is the case a nothing in the way is likely to be a significant lightening of the mood in the financial markets. I would be glad if you should continue to have interest in this extensive topic and would recommend my site WiFiKon.de as well as my newsletter to any interested parties. Moreover, I would be very grateful for feedback, constructive criticism, Anregungen…oder anything else you… in this sense… I wish successful days and all the best! Her Thomas Kruger Disclaimer: No warranty and liability is applied for the information and data in this newsletter. All listed names, products and indicators are called only for the purpose of information, so this is not a trademark abuse. In addition, contexts pronounced, but only existing through the explanations and comments no recommendations are discussed and demonstrated.