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Eurozone Documents | 6 March 2017 PMIs Signal Stronger EZ Growth, but Will the Hard Data Follow?
Survey data continue to suggest that GDP growth will accelerate in Q1. The final PMI reports on Friday showed that the headline EZ composite index rose to 56.0 in February, from 54.4 in January, in line with the first estimate.

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6 March 2017 PMIs Signal Stronger EZ Growth, but Will the Hard Data Follow?

By Claus Vistesen

Survey data continue to suggest that GDP growth will accelerate in Q1. The final PMI reports on Friday showed that the headline EZ composite index rose to 56.0 in February, from 54.4 in January, in line with the first estimate.

Posted: 5th Mar 2017 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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