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Bundesbank says German economy grew strongly in second-quarter

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The German economy showed robust growth in the second quarter of this year, boosted by industrial production and construction, the Bundesbank said on Monday, adding that the economy might grow more slowly after that.Full story

Bundesbank's Dombret: ESM bank recapitalization should be last option

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - European policymakers should agree to use all other methods of bank recapitalization before allowing countries to apply for funds from the joint bailout fund, Bundesbank board member Andreas Dombret said on Thursday. Full story

Rise in German investor morale points to modest recovery

MANNHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - German analyst and investor sentiment rose for a second straight month in June, a leading survey showed on Tuesday, suggesting Europe's largest economy is on track for a modest recovery after a weak end to 2012 and sluggish start to this year. Full story

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