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jueves, 1 de agosto de 2013

German industrial output shrank in May

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German industrial production dropped in May following three consecutive increases, official data showed Monday, suggesting that recovery in Europe's largest economy remains fragile amid an uncertain foreign trade outlook
Industrial production in May fell 1.0% on the month earlier, sharper than the 0.5% fall economists had forecast
The decline was led by a 2.6% drop in construction output which, according to the economics ministry, and contrasts with a sharp increase in April
"The trend in industrial production continues to point up," the ministry said in a statement Manufacturing production in May fell 0.7% on the month, after increasing 1.7% in April
The weakness in industrial production follows an earlier report by the ministry showing that German manufacturing orders in May declined 1.3% on the month as a sharp drop in domestic orders quashed expectations of a recovery in domestic investment
"The recovery in German industry should continue at a slightly muted pace," the ministry said
Industrial output in May fell 1% compared with the year-earlier month in seasonally and calendar adjusted terms

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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Euro-zone finance ministers meeting in Brussels on Monday agreed to disburse 3 billion euros ($3.85 billion) in aid to the country in two installments, on the condition that Greece meet goals laid out under the terms of its second international bailout. In a joint statement, the Eurogroup of euro-zone finance ministers said Greece would receive a 2.5 billion euro installment following the "full implementation" of the reform measures, including improved tax collection. The second installment of 500 million euros will be made in October and is linked to Greece meeting "milestones" in the bailout agreement between Athens and its troika of international lenders -- the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank. The Eurogroup said another 2 billion euros in ECB and euro-zone central bank profits accrued on holdings of Greek sovereign debt will be disbured to Greece's segregated account