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Gemeinschaftsdiagnose Herbst 2011: Europäische Schuldenkrise belastet deutsche Konjunktur

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    Am 13. Oktober 2011 stellten die Wirtschaftsforschungsinstitute der Projektgruppe Gemeinschaftsdiagnose in Berlin ihr Herbstgutachten der Presse vor. Nach Ansicht der Institute haben sich im Sommer 2011 die Aussichten für die Weltwirtschaft deutlich verschlechtert. Unternehmen und Haushalte in den USA und in Europa blicken zunehmend pessimistisch in die Zukunft, und auf den Finanzmärkten deuten Signale wie der weltweite Einbruch der Aktienkurse auf einen Abschwung hin. In Europa droht die Staatsschuldenkrise sich zu einer Bankenkrise auszuweiten, denn viele Banken halten in großem Umfang Schuldtitel der von der Krise betroffenen Staaten.

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    Volume (Year): 64 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 20 (October)
    Pages: 03-71

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