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GermanyGermany September Factory Orders

A modest bounce in German factory orders in September (+1.3% m/m wda), which has pared the yoy decline a little.  But at -4.6% yoy orders are still clearly a weak spot, having recorded 13 consecutive months of yoy declines.  That leaves total orders around 10% below their late 2017 peak.

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