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Eurozone | 29 April 2019 More Soft Surveys in the EZ, but the Q1 GDP Data Should Be Solid
The EZ economic survey data for April were disappointing in our absence.

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29 April 2019 More Soft Surveys in the EZ, but the Q1 GDP Data Should Be Solid

By Claus Vistesen

The EZ economic survey data for April were disappointing in our absence.

Posted: 29th Apr 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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