Central bank impulses fizzle out

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There is no positive reaction to the central banks' aid measures, and economic assessments are broadly negative in October. At -16.8 points, the sentix overall economic index for the Euro area marks the lowest level since April 2013. The recovery of expectations from the previous month has thus completely evaporated. In addition, the assessment of the current situation gives cause for concern. For the eurozone, this falls by 6 points to a 5-year low, and for Germany the value drops for the fifth time in a row at a rapid pace. Fears of recession are immanent. The other regions of the world are also descending.

Full report October 2019

Headlines of the month

Euro area Jun 19 Jul 19 Aug 19 Sep 19 Oct 19 Nov 19
Overall Index -3.3 -5.8 -13.7 -11.1 -16.8 -4.5

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