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Eurozone | 6 Apr 2020 The Eurozone PMIs are Breaking Records, and Not for the Better
Friday's final PMI data for March were even more terrifying than the advance numbers. The composite index in the euro area collapsed to 29.7, from 51.6 in February, lower than the consensus 31.4. A downward revision was coming.

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6 Apr 2020 The Eurozone PMIs are Breaking Records, and Not for the Better

By Claus Vistesen

Friday's final PMI data for March were even more terrifying than the advance numbers. The composite index in the euro area collapsed to 29.7, from 51.6 in February, lower than the consensus 31.4. A downward revision was coming.

Posted: 6th Apr 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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