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Eurozone | 18 January 2019 EZ Construction Remained Soft in Q4, but H1 Should be Great
Yesterday's November EZ construction data offered little respite to the gloomy outlook for the Q4 GDP headline.

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18 January 2019 EZ Construction Remained Soft in Q4, but H1 Should be Great

By Claus Vistesen

Yesterday's November EZ construction data offered little respite to the gloomy outlook for the Q4 GDP headline.

Posted: 18th Jan 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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