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The stagnation in business investment since 2016 has been key to the slowdown in the overall economy since the E.U. referendum.
Judging by the survey data, German business sentiment remained depressed at the start of the year.
The Covid-19 scare can be split into two stages, the initial outbreak in China, concentrated in Wuhan, and the now-worrying signs that clusters are forming in other parts of the world, primarily in South Korea, the Middle East and Italy.
The INSEE's manufacturing sentiment data in France are slightly confusing at the moment.
Yesterday's economic data in Germany confirmed that the economy slowed in Q3, but also added to the evidence that growth will rebound in Q4. The second estimate for Q3 showed that real GDP rose 0.2% quarter-on-quarter, slowing from a 0.4% gain in Q2.
The verdict from the German business surveys is in; economic growth probably slowed further in Q2.
Yesterday's final manufacturing PMIs confirmed that the headline index in the euro area rebounded further last month.
Manufacturers in the Eurozone are still suffering, but yesterday's final PMI data for April offered a few bright spots.
Yesterday's final manufacturing PMIs for October were grim, but they told investors nothing they don't already know.
Yesterday's final May PMI data in the Eurozone confirmed the strength of the cyclical upturn. The composite PMI was unchanged at 56.8, in line with the initial estimate.
The most positive thing to say about the EZ manufacturing PMI at the moment is that it has stopped falling.
Friday's advance GDP data provided the first solid evidence of a Q1 slowdown in the euro area economy.
Yesterday's final EZ manufacturing PMIs for August provided little in the way of relief for the beleaguered industrial sector.
Yesterday's barrage of French business surveys contains hundreds of indicators, but its central story is comfortably simple.
Yesterday's barrage of survey data in France, tentatively suggest that business sentiment is stabilising following a string of declines since the start of the year.
The French manufacturing data delivered another upside surprise last week, following the solid numbers in Germany; see here. French industrial production rose slightly in November, by 0.3% month-to-month, extending the gains from an upwardly-revised 0.5% rise in October.
On a headline level, the Spanish economy conformed to its image as the star performer in the EZ in Q4.
Manufacturing in France remained on the front foot at the start of Q4.
Friday was a busy day in the Eurozone economy. The third detailed GDP estimate confirmed that growth was unchanged at 0.4% quarter-on-quarter in Q2, pushing the year-over-year rate down by 0.4 percentage points to 2.1%, marginally below the first estimate,2.2%.
Last week's detailed GDP data in the Eurozone confirmed that the economy is benefiting from an investment cycle for the first time since before the financial crisis.
Yesterday's EZ industrial production data for January confirmed the string of positive advance numbers from most of the individual economies.
The Spanish economy remains the star performer among the majors in the Eurozone.
We're sticking to our call that the Eurozone PMIs have bottomed, though we concede that the picture so far is more one of stabilisation than an outright rebound.
The German economy fired on all cylinders at the beginning of the year. Advance data on Friday showed that real GDP rose 0.6% quarter-on-quarter, accelerating from a 0.4% increase in Q4.
Yesterday's data showed that growth in the EZ slowed in the second quarter.
Manufacturers in the Eurozone stood tall mid-way through Q2, despite still-subdued leading indicators.
Yesterdays' industrial production report capped a poor week for German manufacturing. Output fell 1.2% month-to-month in August, well below the consensus, +0.2%, though note that a 0.5% upward revision to the July data made the August headline look worse. Similar to the factory orders report earlier this week--see our October 6th Monitor--base effects also mean that production accelerated to 2.5% year-over-year, from a revised 0.8% gain in July.
The CBI's Industrial Trends Survey, for July and Q3, supplied encouraging evidence yesterday that the manufacturing upswing still has momentum.
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