Blog/Germany

Merkel & Schulz Under Tremendous Pressure in Germany

The politics in Germany remain in turmoil. The CDU leader Angela Merkel is being attacked from within her own party. The dissatisfaction concerning Merkel has [...]

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The Municipal Debt Crisis Begins

I have previously reported that about 50% of German municipalities are insolvent. This is a global trend and we are witnessing it in the United States as well. The [...]

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The Shifting Trends in Germany

QUESTION: Hello Martin, Thank you very much for opening my eyes to what is going on in the world. As you well know the public here in Germany is not informed about [...]

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German Companies Demand German Tax Cuts

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; It is so clear you understand the basic human response that drives the economy. It is amazing why the entire world does not listen to you. [...]

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German Property Market – A Real Estate Bubble?

Asking €747,000 QUESTION: Possible Correlation with ECM-peak in Nov. 2017? Mr. Armstrong, just today I became aware of your story and your life’s work. Your [...]

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The Political Crisis in Germany Changes the Game

Merkel faces the worst crisis of her career and many behind the curtain are starting to wonder if she will even survive. The German Federal President Steinmeier [...]

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Merkel Vows to Run Again

After the failure to form a new government, Chancellor Angela Merkel has made it clear she has no intention of withdrawing from the race. New elections in Germany [...]

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Germany Moving Toward Political Crisis

Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday her efforts to form a three-way coalition government had failed. Merkel only received 32.5% of the vote, which is probably [...]

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Germany Also Engages in Political Prosecution

The Alternative for Germany party (AfD) in Germany has asked the Federal Government to file a lawsuit against all decisions of European Central Bank (ECB) [...]

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Germany Moves Ahead with Nord Stream II

EU lawyers have sided with Germany and effectively told the European Commission that their bid to regulate a new Russia-Germany gas pipeline known as- Nord Stream 2 [...]

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