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Eurozone | 24 Aug 2020 The EZ August PMIs were Poor, but they weren't Catastrophic
We are currently operating with a very simply rule-of- thumb for interpreting the PMIs.

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24 Aug 2020 The EZ August PMIs were Poor, but they weren't Catastrophic

By Vistesen Claus

We are currently operating with a very simply rule-of- thumb for interpreting the PMIs.

Posted: 23rd Aug 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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