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"However, there are increasing signs that industrial weakness is gradually spreading to the domestic economy," said Ifo's Timo Wollmershaeuser.
"Not since April 2013 has the indicator of current sentiment fallen as far as it did this month," ifo noted.
A sector breakdown of the Ifo figures showed the main drag came from retailing and manufacturing, while business sentiment improved in construction.
After the euro area's economy expanded a quarterly 0.6 per cent in in July to September 2017, "they also expect this rate to remain unchanged in the fourth quarter of 2017," ifo said.
He added: "The IFO considers that the administrative difficulties in operating a compensation scheme were over stated, given that Huddersfield FC had offered to implement the scheme and had the data on who had purchased tickets.
The Ifo's Business Climate Index is based on around 7,000 monthly survey responses from companies in manufacturing, construction, wholesaling and retailing.
The Ifo's fourth consecutive rise will be welcome news for Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Ifo calculates its headline index on the basis of companies assessments of their current business and the outlook for the next six months.
Ifo economist Klaus Abberger told Reuters that the slowdown of the US economy and twin debt problems in the US and Europe were the main reasons for the worsening outlook.
18, 2011 (CENS) -- The Council of Economic Planning and Development (CEPD) reported that Taiwan's brisk export will slacken in the third quarter, citing a report by ifo, an economic research body of Germany, which shows the global business climax index will drop conspicuously in the third quarter from the second quarter and the economies of North America, Western Europe, and Asia will weaken simultaneously in the quarter.
Ireland-based business-to-business media group Tarsus (LON:TRS) has entered into a conditional agreement to buy a 75% stake in Turkish exhibition business IFO for not more than TRY25m (USD15.9m/EUR11.1m) in cash, as part of its plan to expand into emerging markets.
Inspired by the Ifo Institute for Economic Research, a nonprofit institution now part of the U.