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Eurozone | 13 August 2018 The 2018 Story is Intact: Slower GDP growth, and Higher Inflation
A sluggish GDP headline, a further increase in inflation, and poor German manufacturing data were the primary euro area highlights in our absence.

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13 August 2018 The 2018 Story is Intact: Slower GDP growth, and Higher Inflation

By Claus Vistesen

A sluggish GDP headline, a further increase in inflation, and poor German manufacturing data were the primary euro area highlights in our absence.

Posted: 13th Aug 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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