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Sentiment Sinks to 2012 Lows in Germany as New U.S. Tariffs Loom

European export confidence fell again in April after the German IFO survey saw a drop to 1.1% of respondents expecting higher exports from 1.5% a month before. That was the worst result since Oct. 2012 and came despite a delay to Brexit. It may reflect worries about the forthcoming U.S. sectio... Read more →


Europe’s Export Outlook Slumps In The Face of Brexit, Tariffs

European businesses have seen a collapse in export sentiment. The IFO survey of German managers dropped to a net 1.2% of managers expecting an expansion in export orders, the lowest since Oct. 2012. Meanwhile French managers’ sentiment has fallen to its lowest since Jun. 2015. That’s not a sur... Read more →


Brexit and Cars to Blame For European Trade Sentiment Slowdown

The outlook for exports among French and German businesses took a downturn in the January surveys. A net 11% of French managers now expect a downturn. In Germany 5.9% expect growth, but that was the lowest ratio since April 2016. Worsening sentiment toward the outcome of Brexit talks, and resu... Read more →


Divergent European Export Sentiment Can’t Hide Brexit Worries

The direction of European business sentiment towards international trade diverged in November. German businesses’ export order expectations improved to a net positive 12.2% but remains well below the year-to-date average of 15.5%. Meanwhile sentiment in France fell to a net negative 10%,... Read more →


LVMH Has Little To Fear From 15 Cents a Bottle Tariff Threat

President Donald Trump has criticized French trade practices, including wine import duties that are higher than America’s. On the basis of WTO duties French import duties are equivalent to 36.2 cents per liter, while America’s are 16.9 cents per liter. The U.S. does indeed run a si... Read more →

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