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Eurozone Documents | 2 January 2018 Bank Lending in the Eurozone Will Strengthen Further in 2018
The economic calendar in the euro area was relatively quiet over Christmas, and broadly conformed to our expectations.

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2 January 2018 Bank Lending in the Eurozone Will Strengthen Further in 2018

By Claus Vistesen

The economic calendar in the euro area was relatively quiet over Christmas, and broadly conformed to our expectations.

Posted: 1st Jan 2018 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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