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Eurozone | 10 October 2018 Did German GDP Growth Crash in Q3
The hard data now point to a horrendous Q3 GDP print in Germany, which almost surely will constrain the advance EZ GDP print released on October 30.

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10 October 2018 Did German GDP Growth Crash in Q3

By Claus Vistesen

The hard data now point to a horrendous Q3 GDP print in Germany, which almost surely will constrain the advance EZ GDP print released on October 30.

Posted: 10th Oct 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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