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Eurozone | 25 February 2019 The IFO is still Bleak, but the German GDP Data are Nuanced
Friday's economic data in Germany left markets with a confused picture of the Eurozone's largest economy.

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25 February 2019 The IFO is still Bleak, but the German GDP Data are Nuanced

By Claus Vistesen

Friday's economic data in Germany left markets with a confused picture of the Eurozone's largest economy.

Posted: 25th Feb 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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