A shortage in housing and a construction industry at capacity means higher prices and higher costs with little relief in sight as long-term trends show uneven development.
Germany’s two largest banks are feeling pressure to solve their problems by throwing their lots together. But is it the best move? Regulators remain undecided.
Europe's largest economy has cooled down, but 2018 was still above the 10-year average as low unemployment and higher wages fueled consumption.
Displaying an unusual flair for attracting capital and new customers, a Berlin-based financial startup is stoked for expansion in the US and beyond.
Shallow water on the Rhine halted transport for weeks, contributing to declines in GDP, production and exports.
Problems mount for the beleaguered bank as BaFin threatens fines if deadlines on new requirements aren't met.
The euro zone has saved well over €1 trillion in interest payments over the last decade, but governments have failed to use the windfall to get their budgets in order.
Interest rates remain low but a number of factors are weighing on bond prices, which could result in dramatically higher yields.
Think tanks have cut their 2019 growth forecasts amid concerns about trade with China, the impact of Brexit, and weak corporate investment.
The bank's halt to fresh bond purchases exposes the bloc's structural risks, especially the doom loop between banks and Italian government debt.
CEO Theodor Weimer has improved Deutsche Börse’s relations with politicians and investors, but can he make the acquisitions that will take the company into the big league?
The rest of the world is using credit cards, phones and other digital systems to pay for goods and services. The Germans are comparatively reluctant, but they have their reasons.
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