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German retail sales always have to be taken with a pinch of salt, given their monthly volatility and often substantial revisions, but the preliminary Q2 data don't look pretty.
German retail and consumer sentiment data for March have been mixed this week, but broadly support our call that growth in consumption should pick up soon.
The verdict from the German business surveys is in; economic growth probably slowed further in Q2.
The IFO continues to tell a story of a German economy on the ropes.
Friday's inflation and labour market data in the Eurozone were dovish.
Manufacturers in the Eurozone are still suffering, but yesterday's final PMI data for April offered a few bright spots.
Friday's final EZ inflation report of 2017 sent a dovish signal to bond markets.
Yesterday's economic reports in the Eurozone were solid across the board.
A few ECB governors has attempted to lean against dovish expectations in the past week.
The key detail in Friday's barrage of economic data was the above-consensus increase in EZ inflation.
The European financial sector was in the news again on Friday, propelled by further weakness in Deutsche Bank's share price. In our Monitor of September 27, we said that worries of a European "Lehman Moment" were overblown.
Friday's inflation data in the Eurozone added a dovish twist to the story ahead of the key ECB meeting later this month.
Friday's economic data in the euro area provided the first piece of evidence of the slump in Q2 GDP, but added to the picture of a relatively resilient German economy.
Yesterday's ECB meeting was a snoozer, just as we predicted.
July's retail sales report, released on Friday, looks set to be the third in a row to surprise the consensus to the upside.
One of the key positive signs in the Eurozone data since the virus hit has been the evidence that households' liquid money balances have been well supported by job retention schemes, extended unemployment insurance, and aggressive monetary stimulus.
Last week we reported on the V-shaped recovery in German retail sales--see here--as lockdowns ended mid- way through Q2.
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