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Optimistic expectations in the financial sector keep CFS Index level unchanged despite lower values in third quarter
The CFS index, which assesses the state of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, remains virtually unchanged at 106.5 points (-0.1 points) – even though the financial sector reported declining figures in the third quarter. Find out more about the background in this article.