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Eurozone | 22 May 2020 Don't Over-Interpret the May PMIs, a Slow Rebound is Underway
It seems that yesterday's PMI data left investors and analysts more confused than enlightened.

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22 May 2020 Don't Over-Interpret the May PMIs, a Slow Rebound is Underway

By Claus Vistesen

It seems that yesterday's PMI data left investors and analysts more confused than enlightened.

Posted: 22nd May 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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