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German election getting complicated

The latest opinion polls suggest that Germany’s election, on 26th September, will be a close-run affair, with many coalition governments still potentially feasible. Whether or not the Greens are part of the government may turn out to be the most important factor for the economy. Next week we expect to learn more about the temporary fall in core euro-zone inflation in July, and to learn that employment rebounded in Q2.

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