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Eurozone | 3 May 2019 Inventories Could Spoil the Party for the EZ Economy in Q2 and Q3
Manufacturers in the Eurozone are still suffering, but yesterday's final PMI data for April offered a few bright spots.

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3 May 2019 Inventories Could Spoil the Party for the EZ Economy in Q2 and Q3

By Claus Vistesen

Manufacturers in the Eurozone are still suffering, but yesterday's final PMI data for April offered a few bright spots.

Posted: 3rd May 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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