More glum news from Germany:
More than 5.2 million Germans were out of work in February, new figures show.
The figure of 5.216 million people, or 12.6% of the working-age population, is the highest jobless rate in Europe’s biggest economy since the 1930s.
The news comes as the head of Germany’s panel of government economic advisers predicted growth would again stagnate.
If that isn’t bad enough, GDP growth this year isn’t expected to exceed 1%.