Investment Contrarians Expert Reports: Recent Data on Germanys Industrial Production Suggest Eurozone Financial Crisis Is Spreading


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Long Beach, CA; Chicago, IL; Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 13, 2012 — In a recent Investment Contrarians article, editor and financial expert Sasha Cekerevac reports that Germanys industrial production in September fell by 1.8%, while intermediate goods declined 2.2% and capital goods declined 3.5% in September on a monthly basis. (Source: German industry output drops in Sept, manufacturing weighs, Reuters, November 7, 2012.) He notes that while some people have been optimistic that the financial crisis within the eurozone has turned the corner, this new evidence points to the contrary. According to Cekerevac, the latest information from the eurozone shows just how weak the continent is and how much damage the financial crisis has done to its economic union as the crisis spreads.

Germany has been the strongest member within the eurozone, holding up in the face of the financial crisis in the weaker periphery countries, states Cekerevac. Recent data point to the fact that even the strongest members of the eurozone are succumbing to the financial crisis as it spreads across the borders.

The Investment Contrarians editor notes that Germanys Economy Ministry stated that it believes its nation will experience weaker economic conditions over the winter period. With output decreasing and exports to other eurozone members declining, the Ministry stated that it doesnt believe Asian demand will be enough to counteract the weakness from the other eurozone members, cites Cekerevac. (Source: German Growth Set to Slow as Eurozone Crisis Hits Home, Reuters, November 9, 2012.)

While Cekerevac notes that the backstop to the financial crisis in the eurozone has been the European Central Bank (ECB), he reports that ECB President Mario Draghi recently stated that the ECB couldnt do much more to stop the financial crisis from escalating, stating The ECB is by and large done. (Source: Draghi open to ECB rate cut, done helping Greece, Reuters, November 8, 2012.)

If the eurozone were to crumble, the financial crisis would not be limited to just that union, Cekerevac points out. He reasons, Many institutions in America have exposure to the eurozone. No one can accurately predict the ramifications of the eurozone deteriorating in a panicked fashion; but if a financial crisis were to break out, its impact on America would most likely be quite severe.

The Investment Contrarians expert concludes that while he hopes that the eurozone members can get their act together and prevent the financial crisis from erupting, he sees no signs of a resolution anytime soon.

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