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German manufacturers that expect production to rise in the future are 15% more likely to raise current production and prices compared with firms that don’t anticipate such a change, a working paper published by the European Central Bank Friday concludes.

Expectations about future production increases which do not materialize also cause current industrial production and prices to rise, accounting for around 15% of aggregate fluctuations.