A frequency- and momentum-renormalization-group acceleration together with an analytical approach is used to obtain the retarded Green's function in the self-consistent and conserving fluctuation-exchange (FLEX) approximation for the two-dimensional Hubbard model in the normal state and in the superconducting state. The analytical expressions for this approach are given. For band-fillings near half filling the self-energy in the normal state exhibits Fermi-liquid behaviour for low temperatures and frequencies near the chemical potential, if the momentum is chosen near the Fermi-surface. However due to the presence of large many body effects the observed Fermi-liquid region near the chemical potential and near the Fermi-surface is very small. Results for the single particle density of states, the occupation number and the spectral function are presented. The superconducting state with d symmetry is obtained for U = 2 to U = 6 and a (U,n)-phase diagram for the transition temperature Tc is presented. A maximum Tc/t of 0.0275 is obtained for U = 6 near half filling.