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Growth in revenues and earnings falls, though levels remain high / Financial institutions hiring again after sustained period of job cuts / Investment volume stable The CFS Index, which measures the business climate of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, falls by 3.4 points in the first quarter of 2018, though it remains […]
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The US has decided to impose punitive tariffs on steel and aluminium imports, principally from China. For its part, China is showing little willingness to give in and make concessions. According to a recent survey by the Center for Financial Studies, the majority of the German financial industry expects the trade dispute between the two […]
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Dr Andreas Dombret Member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank Speech at the 2018 Europe – US Symposium of the Harvard Law School Program on International Financial Systems in Armonk, New York Wednesday, 11 April 2018
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As an economist, you calculate a lot of numbers in your life. As a communicator, you learn to value them as carriers of messages. But none of “my” earlier numbers have stirred minds and the media as much as my forecast for the “morning after”. 10,000 – calculated weeks previously for the worst-case scenario, published […]
Keynote at the AIMA Global Policy and Regulatory Forum in Dublin on March 20, 2018 Introduction Ladies and gentlemen Thank you for the kind introduction. It is a pleasure to be in Dublin and at the 2018 AIMA Forum. “Managing a fragmented world” is, in my view, a well-chosen topic. Most economic policymakers currently have […]
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Deutsche Börse is championing Frankfurt – and this supports the city as a financial centre. And it also helps Deutsche Börse. Because these initiatives enable us to also strengthen ourselves as a listed company on the global competitive stage. However, this works the other way around too. Frankfurt as a financial centre relies on Deutsche […]
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