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Eurozone | 11 May 2020 Still No Signs of a Rebound in the EZ, but that Should Change Soon
Last week finished as it started, with more depressing economic numbers in the Eurozone, this time from manufacturing in the core economies.

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11 May 2020 Still No Signs of a Rebound in the EZ, but that Should Change Soon

By Claus Vistesen

Last week finished as it started, with more depressing economic numbers in the Eurozone, this time from manufacturing in the core economies.

Posted: 11th May 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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