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  1. Randstad Ifo Personnel Manager Survey for Quarter 3 2016

    One in three companies is less satisfied with graduates due to Bologna reform

    Dec 7, 2016: The special question in the third quarter focused on companies’ assessments of the Bologna reform, which saw the introduction of bachelor and masters graduate degrees in Germany. Details

  2. Ifo Export Climate for October 2016

    Ifo Export Climate Continues to Rise

    Dec 5, 2016: The Ifo Export Climate rose from 0.26 index points in September to 0.37 points in October. This increase was primarily due to an improvement in corporate and consumer confidence abroad. Price competitiveness, by contrast, remained unchanged compared to last month. Details

  3. Credit Constraint Indicator - From the Ifo Business Survey for November 2016

    Credit Constraints Increase Slightly

    Nov 29, 2016: German companies continue to have little difficulty in obtaining bank loans. The credit constraint indicator for trade and industry rose slightly from 14.4 percent in October to 14.6 percent in November. This is the share of firms reporting restrictive lending by the banks. Financing conditions continue to be very good. Details

  4. Ifo Employment Barometer - Results of the Ifo Business Survey for November 2016

    German Companies Still Seeking New Staff

    Nov 29, 2016: German firms intend to hire additional staff. The Ifo Employment Barometer rose to 111.1 points in November, having stood at 110.7 points in the previous month. The number of jobs in Germany is on the rise. Details

  5. Results of the Ifo Business Survey for November 2016

    Ifo Business Climate Index for Eastern Germany Virtually Unchanged

    Nov 28, 2016: The Ifo Business Climate for industry and trade in eastern Germany trended sideways in November. Although the survey participants assessed their current business situation somewhat less favourably than in the previous month, they look forward to the coming months with slightly increased optimism. Details

  6. Ifo Export Expectations - Ifo Business Survey for November 2016

    After Trump’s Election: Export Expectations of German Industry Clearly Dampened

    Nov 25, 2016: German industry expects a slower increase in exports. The export expectations fell from 13.9 balance points in October to 6.9 points in November. The results of the US elections seem to have caused uncertainty among German exporters. Details

  7. Results of the November 2016 Ifo Business Survey

    Ifo Business Climate after Trump Election Unchanged

    Nov 24, 2016: Confidence in the German economy continues to be good. The Ifo Business Climate Index remained unchanged at 110.4 points (seasonal adjustment correction) in November. The firms were once again more satisfied with their current business situation, but with regard to the coming months they are somewhat less optimistic. The economic upturn in Germany remains intact. The German economy seems to be unfazed by the election of Donald Trump as US President. Details

  8. Results of the November 2016 Ifo Business Survey

    German Service Sector: Ifo Business Climate Indicator for the Services Rises

    Nov 24, 2016: In the service sector, business confidence has improved. The indicator rose from 32.3 balance points in October to 34.8 points in November. The companies gave significantly more favourable assessments of the current situation. Their expectations for the coming months, on the other hand, have been downgraded slightly. The firms plan further increases in the number of employees. Details

  9. Results of the Ifo World Economic Survey (WES) of 4th quarter 2016 (10 November 2016)

    Ifo World Economic Climate Brightens Again

    Nov 10, 2016: The Ifo Index for the world economy improved, rising 4.5 index points to 90.5 points in the fourth quarter and returning to the level seen in the second quarter. Despite this improvement the figure remains around six index points below its long-term average. Experts’ assessments of the current economic situation remained unfavourable, with no change since the second quarter. Expectations brightened somewhat and the world economy seems to be swinging back on track for a moderate recovery. According to experts‘ assessments, Donald Trump’s election as US President represents a major risk for the world economy. They assessed Hillary Clinton’s election, by contrast, as slightly positive. The survey was completed in October. Details

  10. Advance results of the Ifo World Economic Survey (WES) of 4th quarter 2016 (03 November 2016)

    Ifo Economic Climate in the Euro Area Remains Heterogeneous

    Nov 3, 2016: Economic sentiment in the euro area improved this quarter, but to markedly different degrees across member states. The Ifo index for the economic climate in the euro area rose from 111.6 points to 116.8 points in the fourth quarter. The current economic situation remains unchanged and the improved economic climate was entirely due to more positive expectations. The economic recovery in the euro area is expected to continue at a sluggish pace. Details

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