"Output and incoming orders in April point to a continuation of the upward movement in the industrial sector," the German central bank wrote.
Industrial output in Germany surged by 2.2% on a monthly basis in April, after declining 1.1% in March.
The Bundesbank noted that the figure was likely to be "revised downwards sharply".
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