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21 matches for " EC sentiment":
In one line: Hold the press; we have an increase in the EC sentiment index.
In one line: The EZ economy was improving coming into the Covid-19 scare.
In one line: Decent, but more upside is needed in Q1 to tell a positive story overall.
In one line: Grim, but not nearly grim enough in terms of the pain that lies ahead.
In one line: Grim, but more-or-less as expected.
In one line: A tepid rebound.
In one line: Positive, but the trend is still down.
In one line: Disappointing given last month's rebound.
In one line: A further rise in sentiment and falling unemployment; not bad.
In one line: The bottom in German inflation is in, at least in the near term.
In one line: Only a modest Q3 rebound for consumption in France?
Hard economic data for the first quarter will appear over the next few weeks, but the EC sentiment survey later today gives a useful overview of how the euro area economy started the year.
Leading indicators for consumers' spending in France are sending conflicting signals. Survey data suggest that households are in a spendthrift mood. Data yesterday showed that the headline consumer sentiment index was unchanged in March at 100, the cycle high.
In one line: A solid start to Q2 for French consumers.
Today's barrage of data kicks off a couple of busy days in the Eurozone economic calendar.
Yesterday's advance inflation data in Germany fell short of forecasts--ours and the consensus--for a further increase. Inflation was unchanged at 0.8% year-over-year in November, but we think this pause will be temporary.
Economic data in the Eurozone are sending an increasingly upbeat message on the economy. Yesterday saw a barrage of numbers, but the most startling of them was the continued acceleration in the money supply.
Yesterday's January EZ money supply data offered support for investors betting on a further dovish shift by the ECB at next month's meeting.
Friday's advance Eurozone PMI reports capped a fine quarter for the survey. The composite PMI jumped to a 80-month high of 56.7 in March, from 56.1 in February, rising to a cyclical high over Q1 as a whole.
Survey and money supply data remain consistent with an improving Eurozone economy. Yesterday's EC sentiment index fell to 103.7 in April, from 103.9 in March, due to weakness in France and Germany, but it is consistent with GDP growth of about 0.4% quarter-on-quarter in Q2.
We will be paying special attention today to the EC sentiment survey for Italy, where the headline index has climbed steadily so far this year. It was unchanged at an eight-year high of 106.1 in April, and even if it fell slightly in May--we expect a dip to 105.0--it still points to an upturn in economic growth.
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