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Eurozone | 24 October 2018 EZ Households Face Uncertainty, Despite Solid Fundamentals
Consumer confidence in the Eurozone rose marginally at the start of Q4, though it is still down since the start of the year.

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24 October 2018 EZ Households Face Uncertainty, Despite Solid Fundamentals

By Claus Vistesen

Consumer confidence in the Eurozone rose marginally at the start of Q4, though it is still down since the start of the year.

Posted: 24th Oct 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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