RT @KristinaStoewe: #Germany's population with and without #migration. "@destatis https://t.co/vGJFbPEyIG

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The experts of the IW Financial Expert Survey predict a steeper yield curve with a larger increase... https://t.co/GZtJLO23VE

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RT @KristinaStoewe: #mondayread Different perspectives on #Brexit -- "Many of the UK born delegates,... https://t.co/24sHPUfoc3

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RT @StockhausenEcon: Some good news on the development of income inequality across Europe! https://t.co/lBCG590FXm

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Instead of softening the capital requirements for #greenbonds @EU_Commission should ensure uniform... https://t.co/YWkgTNLtcd

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RT @MakeitinGermany: Germany's #school system offers different paths for #students based on their... https://t.co/zpBlI8skUt

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RT @WolfgangEichert: Green bond market grows 30% annually anyway ☘️📈 Completely agree with... https://t.co/jokY9dZ130

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RT @carolynnlook: Today's World Cup match could cost Germany up to 200 million euros, according to... https://t.co/Cq6saZkJ2T

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RT @alauraschneider: The World Cup game today at 4:00pm will cost the German economy around 200...

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RT @H_Bardt: Today, great presentations and discussions at joint conference of @iw_koeln, Fujitsu... https://t.co/lFPrBQy1px

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