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ZEW policy briefs No. 16-06: Einhaltung der Schuldenbremse und Bewertung von Länderfusionen – Ergebnisse einer Umfrage in allen 16 Landesparlamenten

ZEW Publication: Einhaltung der Schuldenbremse und Bewertung von Länderfusionen – Ergebnisse einer Umfrage in allen 16 LandesparlamentenPublicationsZur Navigation springenZum Seiteninhalt springen Homepage › Publications › Einhaltung der Schuldenbremse und Bewertung von Länderfusionen – Ergebnisse... Original link
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ZEW policy briefs No. 16-05: Searching for a Franco-German Consensus on the Future of Europe – Survey Results for Bundestag, Assemblée Nationale and Sénat

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Annual inflation up to 0.4% in the euro area

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The share of persons at risk of poverty or social exclusion in the EU back to its pre-crisis level

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ZEW policy briefs No. : Searching for a Franco-German Consensus on the Future of Europe – Survey Results for Bundestag, Assemblée Nationale and Sénat

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ZEW policy briefs No. 16-06: Einhaltung der Schuldenbremse und Bewertung von Länderfusionen – Ergebnisse einer Umfrage in allen 16 Landesparlamenten

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Fertility rate in 2015 at 1.50 children per woman for the first time in 33 years

WIESBADEN – The total fertility rate in Germany increased to 1.50 children per woman in 2015. The Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) reports that a similarly high figure (1.51 children per woman) was last determined in 1982 for the territory which is now Germany. Compared with the fertility rate of 2014, which was 1.47 children per woman, 27 additional babies were born per 1,000 women in 2015. The positive trend recorded since 2012 continued.

Basic data on birth statistics are available in the following tables: Total fertility rate (per woman): Germany, years, age groups (Table: 12612-0009), Total fertility rate (per woman): Länder, years, age groups (Table: 12612-0104) Total fertility rate (per woman): Germany, years,citizenship of the mother (Table: 12612-0010), Average age of the mother at birth: Germany, years, live birth order (Table: 12612-0012) Average age of the mother at the birth of her live-born children: Germany, years, marital status of the parents (Table: 12612-0013)

For further information:Olga Pötzsch,tel: +49 (0) 611/ 75 33 04,contact form

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Turnover in accommodation and food service activities in August 2016 in real terms: –1.9% to August 2015

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WIESBADEN – As reported by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), turnover in the German accommodation and food service activities in August 2016 decreased by 1.9% in real terms and increased by 0.3% in nominal terms compared with the corresponding months of the previous year. 

In the first eight months of 2016, turnover in the German accommodation and food service activities increased by 0.8% in real terms and by 2.9% in nominal terms, compared with the same period in the previous year. 

After adjustment for calendar and seasonal effects (Census X-12-ARIMA) the turnover in August 2016 was in real terms 0.7% and nominal terms 0.4% smaller than that in the previous month.

Basic data and long time series are available in table Turnover from accommodation and food services (45213-0005) in the GENESIS-Online database.

For further information: Otfried Rörig,tel. +49 (0) 611 / 75 24 30,contact form

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Number of employees in manufacturing in August 2016: +0.7% year on year

WIESBADEN – At the end of August 2016, 5.4 million people worked in local units of manufacturing with 50 or more persons employed in Germany. As reported by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) on the basis of provisional results, that was a rise by about 37,000 persons or 0.7% against August 2015. 

The number of hours worked in August 2016 increased 7.3% from a year earlier, reaching 671 million – here it has to be considered that there were two working days more than in August 2015. 

The earnings amounted to 21.2 billion euros; that was 3.3% more than in August 2015.

Basic data and long time series are available in tables Persons employed and turnover of local units in manufacturing (42111-0002) and 42111-0004 in the GENESIS-Online database.

For further information:Ulrich Prautsch,tel: +49 (0) 611 / 75 28 07,contact form

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Nz Dollar Extends Rise Ahead Of New Zealand Inflation Data

The New Zealand dollar continued to be strong against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Monday, as traders took profit ahead of the third-quarter inflation data due to be released tomorrow. The data is expected to be weak, which is likely to cause interest rate cut at next month's RBNZ monetary policy meeting.

Statistics New Zealand is due to release New Zealand's third-quarter inflation data on Tuesday. Economists expect the consumer price to rise 0.1 percent on year, after climbing 0.4 percent a quarter ago. In the third quarter, the consumer price index is expected to remain flat, compared to a 0.4 percent rise in the previous quarter.

Traders also await the Global Dairy Trade numbers on Wednesday.

The traders have increased bets for a rate cut by the Reserve Bank's in its official cash rate to 1.75 percent from 2.00 percent in November 10th policy meeting.

Last week, RBNZ assistant governor John McDermott had said the bank's current assumptions indicate that further policy easing will be required to ensure that future inflation settles. The bank's current Policy Targets Agreement requires to keep inflation between 1 percent-to-3 percent target range.

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