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29 July. 2016 Brace for Downside Surprise in Today's Advance Q2 EZ GDP Data

By Claus Vistesen

Today's Eurozone data schedule is very hectic, but attention likely will focus on advance Q2 GDP data. France, Austria and Spain will report advance data separately ahead of the EZ aggregate estimate, which is released 11.00 CET. This report will include a confidential number from Germany.

Posted: 29th Jul 2016 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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