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Eurozone | 26 Feb. 2015 GDP growth will pick up in the Eurozone this year
Hard economic data for the first quarter will appear over the next few weeks, but the EC sentiment survey later today gives a useful overview of how the euro area economy started the year.

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26 Feb. 2015 GDP growth will pick up in the Eurozone this year

By Claus Vistesen

Hard economic data for the first quarter will appear over the next few weeks, but the EC sentiment survey later today gives a useful overview of how the euro area economy started the year.

Posted: 26th Feb 2015 in 'Eurozone'

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