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December 2010

21.12.2010 – ZEW (zil/ggr)

Experts Expect Strong German Stock Market Performance in 2011

Compared internationally, the German stock market is expected to show above-average growth in 2011. Stocks in the engineering as well as chemical and pharmaceutical industries are expected to perform particularly well. These are the findings of a survey of 231 financial market experts conducted by ZEW in December 2010. read more

November 2010

24.11.2010 – ZEW (fmo/ggr)

ZEW Financial Market Test – Good Outlook for German Stock Market

In the last few weeks, the German stock index DAX has reached new annual peaks time and again. Despite the large increase, there currently is no risk of an economic bubble on the German stock market. Due to good business figures and outlooks for companies, the current price level of stocks is justified and leaves a margin for a further increase. Ninety percent of 234 financial market experts, who were surveyed by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) Mannheim in November 2010, hold this opinion. read more

December 2007

20.12.2007 – ZEW (ssc/kvs)

ZEW Survey Among Financial Market Experts: German and U.S. Stock Markets with Little Potential for Growth in 2008 // Exchange Rate of 1.44 Dollar for One Euro Expected at the End of 2008

For the leading indexes of the German and the U.S. stock markets, Dax and Dow Jones, a rather lower potential for growth can be expected until the end of 2008. At the same time, the Euro will maintain its strength during the next year. This is the result of a current survey among about 230 financial market experts conducted by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim, Germany read more

July 2005

13.07.2005 – ZEW (msc/ggr)

Sustainable Share Indices - Good Performance, Higher Risk

Investing in shares that are based on social, ethical, and environmental criteria does indeed keep up with investing in conventional return-orientated assets. read more


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