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Eurozone | 24 May 2018 No Relief to Markets from the Eurozone PMIs in May
Yesterday's data in the Eurozone did little to calm investors' nerves amid rising political uncertainty in Italy and tremors in emerging markets.

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24 May 2018 No Relief to Markets from the Eurozone PMIs in May

By Claus Vistesen

Yesterday's data in the Eurozone did little to calm investors' nerves amid rising political uncertainty in Italy and tremors in emerging markets.

Posted: 23rd May 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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