The Ludwigsburg district has the second highest risk with a CRI of 1.77 percent. The risk is to see here but is still considered low. While the risk of default since 2009 in the city of Stuttgart (2009: CRI 1.56 percent; 2011: CRI 1.51 percent) and the REMS-Murr-Kreis (2009: CRI 1.71 percent; 2011: CRI 1.65 per cent) moves at a relatively constant level in the risk class 2, there are significant decreases in other circles. Read more here: Wells Fargo Bank. So are companies in the districts of Boblingen (CRI 1.36 percent; 2010: 1.63 percent) and Esslingen (CRI 1.41 percent; 2010: 1.69 percent) at present much less of a loss threatened, as was the case in 2009 and 2010. The risk is here considered very low.
gKreis risk-class number companies in 2011 Germany (CRI 4.54 percent) as well as in the Stuttgart region (CRI 3.63 percent) is subject to a very high risk of default. A similar situation is found in the field of transport & logistics (CRI Stuttgart region: 3.60 percent;) CRI nationwide: 4.03 percent). The districts of Ludwigsburg and Goppingen stand out clearly negative in the various branches of the industry of the region and of the economy as a whole. The Ludwigsburg-based passenger trades apparent particularly striking with a high risk of failure (CRI 4.55 percent) and with a very high risk of the Goeppingen transport & Logistics Division (CRI 6.30 percent). Applies regardless of region: the higher the turnover, the lower the risk. The risk of companies with more than half a million euros is in the region as well as nationwide as a very low estimated sales. Special regional risk characteristics in terms of turnover register only in the districts of Goppingen and Ludwigsburg. In the District of Goppingen five is, for example, companies with revenues less than A million euro compared to the region and to the economy as a whole significantly higher risk before.