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From the Ukraine crisis to a fourth Covid wave, the incoming coalition faces an expanding in-tray
Incoming coalition has smorgasbord of schemes for raising funds without violating constitutional cap on new borrowing
The coalition agreement is clear that private sector money should be used to support investment
Anxiety grows over central bank policies as consumer prices continue to rise
Annual price rises are highest in three decades but central bank resists calls to tighten monetary policy
PMI shows costs of goods and services rising at fastest pace since survey began
Spiralling prices are a sensitive subject in country still haunted by hyperinflation of 1920s and 1940s
Rising infections compound supply chain problems, driving forecast growth to among the eurozone’s lowest
German recovery under threat; Warehouse space runs short; Retailers scramble to adapt
All partners have to grasp this chance to support drastic improvements in EU economic policy
Global tensions have convinced politicians that an economically strong and united Europe is more important than a balanced budget
Fintech limited to maximum 70,000 new customers a month in long-running BaFin tussle
But research institutes raise outlook for next year to 4.8% from 3.9%
The single currency’s introduction has widened German inequality; reversing that trend is good not only for workers here but across the eurozone, argues Rui Soares.
August decline raises concerns that bloc’s economic rebound may run out of steam
Dearth of drivers blamed on soaring demand, low wages and poor working conditions
Economists fear further spiralling increases as 13-year high of 3.4% reached in September
Economists expect overall eurozone inflation to reach 3.3% when figures are released on Friday
Bosses look to new kingmakers — Greens and Free Democrats — to push for a more modern and greener economy
Voters crave stability but they need leadership to fix problems, not just manage crises
Berlin eased spending rules in the pandemic but now faces choice on fresh restraint and loosening EU purse strings
Germans are richer, women have more jobs, but the country failed to prepare for a greener, digital future
East Germans, known as ‘Ossis’, are expected to vote more radically than Westerners
Adding 10 companies does not go far enough to overhaul the Dax 30
Merkel’s successor will probably continue the chancellor’s narrow-minded obsession with manufacturing exports