But after the Brexit-deadline in March passed with the UK still in the EU the British drew down their inventories and Germany's exports to the UK suffered, explains a recent report from London-based financial firm TS Lombard.
"This suggests negative GDP data for both 2019 H2 quarters," the Lombard report states. Or put bluntly, the third and fourth quarters could see declines in economic output in Germany.
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