09.04.2015 - Analysts are optimistic about the growth of industry in Germany

Industrial production in Germany in February showed a slight increase of 0.2%, against expected growth of 0.1. At the same time, a similar figure for January was revised to a decline of 0.4%, versus the previous estimate of 0.6% growth. Based on the positive business sentiment in Europe's largest economy, industrial production growth will continue in the near future. The strong increase of 3.1% showed the construction that was associated with improved weather conditions. The program of quantitative easing in the euro area, as well as a gradual improvement in macroeconomic data for the euro area, will support the growth of the stock market in the country in the medium term.

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