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Eurozone Documents | 12 Mar. 2015 Weak Euro to help manufacturers, but EM weakness is still a worry
Industrial production in the Eurozone was probably unchanged in January equivalent to a 0.2% fall year-over-year. This is slightly below the consensus for a 0.2% rise month-to-month, mainly due to the downside surprises in m/m data in Italy and Germany released previously.

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12 Mar. 2015 Weak Euro to help manufacturers, but EM weakness is still a worry

By Claus Vistesen

Industrial production in the Eurozone was probably unchanged in January equivalent to a 0.2% fall year-over-year. This is slightly below the consensus for a 0.2% rise month-to-month, mainly due to the downside surprises in m/m data in Italy and Germany released previously.

Posted: 12th Mar 2015 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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