Jun 06, 2016

German Factory Orders Down by 2.0 Percent in April

Factory orders in Germany have dropped sharply in April adding to worries about stagnation in the German industry.The Federal Statistical Office said Monday that new orders in manufacturing decreased by 2.0 percent in April compared to the previous month. It also adjusted...

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