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Eurozone | 29 November 2017 Eurozone GDP Growth Will Slow Soon, Will Markets Care?
Headline money supply growth in the Eurozone has averaged 5% year-over-year since the beginning of 2015; yesterday's October data did not change that story.

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29 November 2017 Eurozone GDP Growth Will Slow Soon, Will Markets Care?

By Claus Vistesen

Headline money supply growth in the Eurozone has averaged 5% year-over-year since the beginning of 2015; yesterday's October data did not change that story.

Posted: 28th Nov 2017 in 'Eurozone'

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