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  1. Country Specific Purchasing Power Parities

    Purchasing power parity is the exchange rate that makes a given basket of goods equally expensive at home and abroad. Due to varying consumer preferences, the appropriate value of a currency appears high when the goods basket of this country is used and as low when the goods basket of Details

  2. Euro Watch: Exchange Rates, Purchasing Power Parities and Interest Rates

    Purchasing power parity is the exchange rate that makes a given basket of goods equally expensive at home and abroad. Due to varying consumer preferences, the appropriate value of a country's currency appears high when the goods basket of this country is used and as low when the goods basket Details

  3. Employment in Manufacturing

    The monthly Ifo Business Tendency Survey is based on ca. 7,000 monthly survey responses of firms in manufacturing, construction, wholesaling and retailing. The firms in manufacturing are asked to give their expectations about the amount of employed persons for the next three months. They can characterise their expectations for the Details

  4. Economic Growth and Ifo Economic Climate for the World Economy

    The Ifo World Economic Survey (WES) is designed to give an accurate picture of the economic situation and forecasts for important industrial, emerging and developing economies on a quarterly basis. Unlike the official statistics, which are primarily constructed around quantitative information, WES consists of qualitative information: appraisals and expectations of Details

  5. Economic Growth and Ifo Economic Climate for the Euro Area

    The Ifo World Economic Survey (WES) is designed to give an accurate picture of the economic situation and forecasts for important industrial, emerging and developing economies on a quarterly basis. Unlike the official statistics, which are primarily constructed around quantitative information, WES consists of qualitative information: appraisals and expectations of Details

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