Compared with its big international peers, the German economy is having a good run. Unemployment has fallen for 12 months in a row and economists have been busy marking up GDP growth forecasts for this year – the latest consensus is that the economy will grow 2.5%, the highest level in the eurozone. So has this fed into a resurgence of interest in investment, and more specifically structured products?
Before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the German certificates market – listed structured produ
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