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In one line: The unemployment rate will increase next month, but this is not the beginning of a rising trend.
In one line: GDP growth will still be decent in Q2, but a recession is coming in H2.
In one line: Nearing its record low.
In one line: No rebound in sight.
In one line: Activity falls in April; outlook sours further.
In one line: Services will offset weakness in industry in Q2; EZ trade deficit widens to a new record.
In one line: 25bp in July, followed by 50bp in September, now seem a done deal.
In one line: 75bp between now and September looks likely.
In one line: The unemployment rate will resume its gradual fall soon.
In one line: Manufacturing output still sluggish; EU oil embargo won’t help.
In one line: We still think GDP growth will rebound in Q2.
In one line: The trend in real M1 growth is now consistent with a recession in H2.
In one line: Still depressed.
In one line: The first monthly deficit since 2012; no imminent rebound in sight.
In one line: Still hot; core inflation will stay above 3% through Q3, at least.
In one line: Growth should accelerate a touch in Q2 but employment growth will probably ease from here.
In one line: Still widening, and the March headline likely will be revised lower.
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