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Eurozone | 8 June 2020 Germany is on Track to Shrug Off Covid-19 in Relative Style
Friday's manufacturing data in Germany weren't pretty, but fortunately, the report is old news. Factory orders crashed by 25.8% month-to-month in April, extending the slide from a revised 15.4% fall in March.

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8 June 2020 Germany is on Track to Shrug Off Covid-19 in Relative Style

By Claus Vistesen

Friday's manufacturing data in Germany weren't pretty, but fortunately, the report is old news. Factory orders crashed by 25.8% month-to-month in April, extending the slide from a revised 15.4% fall in March.

Posted: 8th Jun 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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