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Eurozone | 6 July 2020 The EZ PMIs are Still Improving, but that Doesn't Tell us Much
Friday's final June PMI data confirmed the survey's recovery through Q2. The composite index edged higher to 48.5, from 31.9 in May, extending its rebound from a low of just 13.6 in April.

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6 July 2020 The EZ PMIs are Still Improving, but that Doesn't Tell us Much

By Claus Vistesen

Friday's final June PMI data confirmed the survey's recovery through Q2. The composite index edged higher to 48.5, from 31.9 in May, extending its rebound from a low of just 13.6 in April.

Posted: 6th Jul 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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