* 6 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (6) Topics Business Cycle Euro Area (6) European Union & Euro (6) Business Cycle (5) Publicationtype Economic Outlook (6) Units Economic Outlook (6) Forecasting Center (6) Experts Dominik Groll (6) Jens Boysen-Hogrefe (6) Salomon Fiedler (6) Stefan Kooths (6) Ulrich Stolzenburg (6) Nils Jannsen (1) Stefan Reitz (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Business Cycle Euro Area Tags: leading indicators Remove all filters Economic Outlook Euro Area: Uncertainty weighs temporarily on recovery 11.03.2016 KKB 16: Economic Recovery in the Euro Area has lost momentum in the second half of 2015. Due to dampening effects from the world economy and a marked increase i Economic Outlook Euro Area economy loses steam 05.09.2018 KKB 46: The Euro area economy has lost momentum in the first half of 2018. The slowdown was due to country-specific temporary factors and a weakness of world trade since the beginning of the year. Economic Outlook Euro Area: Improved Outlook in Spite of Uncertainties 10.03.2017 KKB 28: The economic recovery in the euro area remains moderate. While several sentiment indicators have improved considerably over the past few months, and the Economic Outlook Euro area economy robust, but with low momentum 11.09.2019 KKB 58: The euro area economy is currently expanding at a moderate pace. The underlying momentum has slowed noticeably since early 2018, which is mainly attributable to lower external impulses and, subsequently, to an increasingly weakened industrial... Economic Outlook Euro Area: Moderate Recovery proceeds 11.09.2015 KKB 10: Economic activity in the Euro Area is gradually gaining grip in 2015. Sentiment indicators suggest that the current - rather moderate - recovery will pr Economic Outlook Euro area economy slows further 14.03.2019 KKB 52: The euro area economy has once again switched back a gear. The slowdown over the course of 2018 is mainly due to weaker impulses from the international environment and, to a lesser extent, to country-specific temporary factors.