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Volatility in inventories and net exports has thrown near-term German GDP forecasts into disarray.
We’re sticking with our assumption of 1.5% growth in 2022, which includes a technical recession in H2.
Market forecasts for German growth will fall further, but we could well have to lift ours too.
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