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Eurozone | 7 Aug 2020 What to Make of the June Jump in German Factory Orders
Demand in German manufacturing rebounded powerfully at the end of the second quarter, accelerating from an initially modest rebound when lockdowns were lifted.

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7 Aug 2020 What to Make of the June Jump in German Factory Orders

By Claus Vistesen

Demand in German manufacturing rebounded powerfully at the end of the second quarter, accelerating from an initially modest rebound when lockdowns were lifted.

Posted: 7th Aug 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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