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Eurozone | 2 July 2020 First V-Shaped Rebound Spotted in the Wild, in German Retail Sales
One of the key positive signs in the Eurozone data since the virus hit has been the evidence that households' liquid money balances have been well supported by job retention schemes, extended unemployment insurance, and aggressive monetary stimulus.

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2 July 2020 First V-Shaped Rebound Spotted in the Wild, in German Retail Sales

By Claus Vistesen

One of the key positive signs in the Eurozone data since the virus hit has been the evidence that households' liquid money balances have been well supported by job retention schemes, extended unemployment insurance, and aggressive monetary stimulus.

Posted: 2nd Jul 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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