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Eurozone Documents | 3 May 2018 A Sense of Relief, Despite the Q1 Slowdown in the EZ Economy
Yesterday's advance Q1 GDP data in the EZ confirmed that growth slowed at the start of the year.

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3 May 2018 A Sense of Relief, Despite the Q1 Slowdown in the EZ Economy

By Claus Vistesen

Yesterday's advance Q1 GDP data in the EZ confirmed that growth slowed at the start of the year.

Posted: 2nd May 2018 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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