In May this year, the index of investors 'and analysts' expectations for Germany's economy for the next six months amounted to minus 8.2 points, maintaining the level of April, data of the ZEW research institute showed. The May value of the index coincided with the forecasts of analysts. At the same time, the index of the ratio of investors and analysts to the current situation in the economy fell from 87.9 points to 87.4 points, while analysts had expected the index to drop to 85.5 points. ZEW President, Achim Wambach, noted the uncertainty caused by the US withdrawal from the agreement with Iran and fears about the global trade war.
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