1. Germany's economy stagnated in the fourth quarter  MarketWatch
  2. German economy stagnated in fourth quarter  Washington Post
  3. German economy stagnates with no growth in last quarter - business live  The Guardian
  4. German economy stagnates in Q4 on weaker consumption  RTE.ie
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Germany's economy stalled in the fourth quarter, the German statistics office Destatis said Friday. The country's gross domestic product remained flat at...Germany's economy stalled in the fourth quarter, the German statistics office Destatis said Friday. The country's gross domestic product remained flat at...

Germany's economy stagnated in the fourth quarter - MarketWatch

Germany’s economy stagnated at the end of the year with zero growth in the fourth quarterGermany’s economy stagnated at the end of the year with zero growth in the fourth quarter

German economy stagnated in fourth quarter - The Washington Post

The German economy stagnated in the fourth quarter as both private consumption and state spending lost momentum, preliminary data showed today, renewing fears of a recession.The German economy stagnated in the fourth quarter as both private consumption and state spending lost momentum, preliminary data showed today, renewing fears of a recession.

German economy stagnates in Q4 on weaker consumption

“Wow | "The White House projects the economy will grow 3.1% in the fourth quarter of 2020 compared with a year earlier, and 3% in 2021, and that it will continue to expand at that pace for the rest of the decade." https://t.co/MCwWwoLmko via @WSJ”

James Pethokoukis on Twitter: "Wow | "The White House projects the economy will grow 3.1% in the fourth quarter of 2020 compared with a year earlier, and 3% in 2021, and that it will continue to expand at that pace for the rest of the decade." https://t.co/MCwWwoLmko via @WSJ"

“With the state’s economy growing about 3.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2019, we must continue providing opportunities for homeowners, as well as increasing employment and activity in the service and manufacturing sectors. https://t.co/q5PLVlRWYN”

Rep. Henry Cuellar on Twitter: "With the state’s economy growing about 3.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2019, we must continue providing opportunities for homeowners, as well as increasing employment and activity in the service and manufacturing sectors. https://t.co/q5PLVlRWYN"

“Production growth from majors already reporting earnings came during a fourth quarter that saw economic constraints emanating from the US-Chinese trade war, showing the market was already tilted toward the surplus. https://t.co/d5ruYpQUl5”

Dan Graeber on Twitter: "Production growth from majors already reporting earnings came during a fourth quarter that saw economic constraints emanating from the US-Chinese trade war, showing the market was already tilted toward the surplus. https://t.co/d5ruYpQUl5"

“The hits keep coming for Hong Kong as the economy tips into its first contraction in a decade. Economists forecast GDP contracted 3.9% YoY in the fourth quarter. Data are due at 4:30 p.m. Hong Kong time. - via @ericlamTO @JDMayger”

Jeff Kearns on Twitter: "The hits keep coming for Hong Kong as the economy tips into its first contraction in a decade. Economists forecast GDP contracted 3.9% YoY in the fourth quarter. Data are due at 4:30 p.m. Hong Kong time. - via @ericlamTO @JDMayger"