The Un-Manipulated Market That Keeps Merkel Awake At Night

It would appear that either Germans have stopped using electricity (now that is some severe austerity) or the ‘real’ economy in the core powerhouse of Europe’s growth is struggling notably more than the nominal price of its stock market would imply. Applying the same ‘myth-busting’ data-series to Germany as we have in China, it is clear that expectations for greater electricity demand (and implicitly economic growth) are grossly different to the expectations priced into German stocks.

…or they just discovered cold fusion…


Charts: Bloomberg

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