Germany – Explaining 10-Year Bund Yields

Germany – Explaining 10-Year Bund Yields This great chart suggests that demographics explain Germany’s 10-year bund yields. An R² of 0.87 is quite high and significant. Picture source: Arbor Research & Trading LLC

Germany: GDP Growth Composition Since 2013

Germany: GDP Growth Composition Since 2013 In 2019Q1, there is a slight rebound in the German economy but the outlook remains gloomy. Picture source: Oxford Economics

The World’s Biggest Importers

The World’s Biggest Importers The U.S. is the largest importer in the world, followed by China and Germany. You may also like “The World’s Biggest Exporters.” Picture source: howmuch.net

The World’s Biggest Exporters

The World’s Biggest Exporters China is the largest exporter in the world, followed by the U.S. and Germany. You may also like “The World’s Biggest Importers.” Picture source: howmuch.net

10-Year Bund Yield and Manufacturing PMI

10-Year German Bund Yield and German Manufacturing PMI The 10-year German Bund yield could go positive again as recession fears dissipate. Picture source: Pictet Wealth Management

Gold Reserves Around the World

Gold Reserves Around the World The U.S. has the world’s largest gold reserves, followed by Germany, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and France. Picture source: howmuch.net Click the Picture to Enlarge