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Eurozone | 5 March 2018 Consumers' Spending in Germany Probably will Rebound in Q1
Friday's economic data in Germany suggest that households had a slow start to the year.

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5 March 2018 Consumers' Spending in Germany Probably will Rebound in Q1

By Claus Vistesen

Friday's economic data in Germany suggest that households had a slow start to the year.

Posted: 4th Mar 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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