New orders are highly volatile, but the fluctuations and size of volatility since late-summer have been nearly unprecedented, Carsten Brzeski, an ING economist, said.
"The strong increase in orders in the final quarter of 2016 makes a weak start to the new year manageable", the federal economy ministry in Berlin said.
January's drop was the largest since 2009.
Total industrial production rose by 2.8% month-on-month in January, helping to nudge the year-on-year rate of advance to 0.0% from -0.1%.
Sentiment surveys are also signalling a continued positive business climate, meaning the industrial upswing is likely to gain further momentum, the ministry said. "They expect a revival of exports", said Sophia Krietenbrink of the DIHK Chambers of Industry and Commerce.
Both the economy ministry and Commerzbank pointed out that much of the drop was down to large contracts - a volatile item that can see large swings from month to month. Industrial production in Germany grew 2.8 per cent in January, preliminary data showed today, comforting fears that global uncertainty could put the brakes on Europe's largest economy.
Domestic orders logged a double-digit fall of 10.5 percent and foreign orders decreased 4.9 percent in January.
Industrial orders from the 19-member eurozone contracted faster then those from nations outside the single currency area.
The biggest fall came for capital goods makers, who saw 9.9 percent fewer orders, while producer goods firms lost 4.0 percent and consumer goods 2.0 percent.
If Gorsuch is confirmed by the Senate, as expected, he would restore a narrow 5-4 conservative majority on the court. Hatch (UT), John Cornyn (TX), Ted Cruz (TX), Jeff Flake (AZ), Thom Tillis (NC), Lindsey Graham (SC), Michael S.
The confirmation hearing will continue through this week. "Judge, I look forward to hearing more about your exceptional record". Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch began Monday with opening statements from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Trump hasn't released his tax returns, but during the election campaign he claimed to be worth in excess of $ 10 billion . Much of Trump's slide, the publication said, is linked to a drop in the value of real estate in midtown Manhattan.
The Toffees had been confident the Belgium global would sign a new five-year deal thought to be worth around £140,000 a week. But I am not so afraid about his situation because the player has two years more on his contract.
The only time we saw him play golf with a leader, the president gave Japan's prime minister a pat on the shoulder. During his campaign, Donald Trump was a critic of President Barack Obama's penchant for hitting the links.
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We welcome this step and believe there should be talks outside the court as well", Sambit Patra, BJP spokesperson told reporters. He was asked to mention the case again on March 31 when the court may pass some formal orders.
Julia sometimes takes a while to answer questions, and she tends to repeat what her friends say, because she has autism. In the episode, called "Meet Julia " the character of Alan carefully answers questions about Julia's autism disorder.
This proposal would have pared Pennsylvania's NIH grant allotment to just $1.3 billion if it had been applied this year. Every agency is now under a spending freeze that took effect last fall after Congress failed to pass a budget for 2017.
It wasn't until McIlroy spoke about the round to No Laying Up that the Trump Administration had to correct the record. The White House didn't confirm whether the president played golf during his almost four hours at the course.
IU's tornado warning alert system is meant to automatically activate when the National Weather Service issues a warning. If widespread severe weather threatens the Commonwealth on that date, the drill will be rescheduled for 9:45 a.m.
Presidential rivals clash over Brexit in first TV debate
But Le Pen, the anti-immigration, anti-European Union leader of the National Front, was looking for opportunities to pounce. The ex-prime minister appeared tired and at times absent during the debate. "But I have experience", Fillon said.
Bill Gates world's richest person, again
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First day of spring could bring showers, thunderstorms
Following sporadic showers here and there Monday night , the next morning arrives with clouds and expected highs in the lower 60s. Right now it looks like most of the rain and snow will pass north of the area, but we'll track that potential through the week.