German unemployment unexpectedly increased for the first time in six months amid signs of a slowdown in Europe’s largest economy that could weigh on the fragile euro-area recovery.
The U.S.’s best 250 years are behind it, Northwestern University professor Robert Gordon writes in a paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, saying economic growth may gradually “sputter out.”
"We expect the German economy to gradually pick up speed throughout 2015."
- Christian Schulz on Jan 15, 2015
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