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After VAT cut: demands for fundamental reform

Berlin The federal government reacted to the economic consequences of the corona crisis with a historic measure: It lowered the value added tax for the … Read more

Optimism is spreading again in the digital industry

Data glasses for manufacturing For many companies in the IT industry, the business outlook has improved again. (Photo: Daniel Reinhardt / dpa) Düsseldorf The German … Read more

New quarterly figures could strengthen share prices

Frankfurt The situation on the financial markets remains fragile. Investors helped share prices rally unprecedented after the lows during the first corona shock. But there … Read more

Ifo boss Fuest warns of stagflation

Clemens Fuest The Ifo President fundamentally doubts the effectiveness of government measures. (Photo: dpa) Berlin The head of the Munich Ifo Institute for Economic Research, … Read more

New hope for the almost failed world tax reform

Berlin Germany could generate 600 million euros more tax revenue annually between 2020 and 2025 through the planned global corporate tax reform. This emerges from … Read more

Study: Home office boom could survive pandemic

Berlin The corona crisis has led to an at least temporary home office boom. In April, 23 percent of the workforce mainly worked from home, … Read more

Altmaier expects an economic upturn from October

Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier (CDU) According to the Federal Minister of Economics, the situation on the job market will ease towards the end … Read more

Wirecard shares are facing new turmoil

The winners include above all the automotive stocks. This is how Continental, Daimler and BMW the DAX winner list. The titles benefit from a survey … Read more

Wirecard shares are facing new turmoil

The winners include above all the automotive stocks. This is how Continental, Daimler and BMW the DAX winner list. The titles benefit from a survey … Read more

Wirecard shares are facing new turmoil

The winners include above all the automotive stocks. This is how Continental and BMW with a plus of more than three percent each on the … Read more