German Industry Orders Fall More Than Forecast In April

German Industry

Foreign orders outside of the euro zone were the biggest contributor to the drop. German factory orders for April declined by 2 per cent during the month, a drop that was higher than expected with expectations of a 0.5 per cent contraction, making April the biggest monthly fall in nine months. New orders in manufacturing decreased by 2 per cent in April More...

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