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Friday's detailed inflation data in the EZ conformed to expectations. Headline inflation dipped by 0.1pp, to 1.9%, matching the initial estimate, while core inflation fell to...
Yesterday's advance CPI data in the Eurozone broadly confirmed our expectations.
Yesterday's decision by the SNB to keep its policy rate unchanged, at -0.75%, was widely expected.
For forecasters, including us, pinning their hopes on a reopening-rebound in EZ Q2 GDP, chiefly thanks to rising consumers' spending, Friday's data were a slap in the face.
If the PMIs are right, services activity in the Eurozone rebounded strongly midway through the second quarter, as virus restrictions were eased.
In this Monitor, we are introducing our coverage of the Swiss economy, with a look at the recent Q1 GDP numbers, and an outlook for the rest of the year.
Inflation in the euro area increased further midway through the second quarter.
Markets have High Hopes for Mr. Draghi as New PM in Italy
The prospect of a fierce political battle over the EU's Recovery Fund is now a reality.
Yesterday's ECB meeting conformed to the consensus and our own expectations. The central bank left its main refinancing and deposit rates unchanged, at 0.00% and -0.5%...
This EZ calendar is extremely busy over the next few days, so we'll use this Monitor to preview the key numbers, before turning our focus on the ECB in tomorrow's report.
On a headline level, yesterday's IFO in Germany confirmed the main message from last week's PMIs.
The headline EZ data added to the evidence of a weakening recovery while we were away.
Yesterday's industrial production data in the EZ suggest that the rebound in manufacturing slowed sharply midway through Q3.
In one line: The recovery is slowing, but the devil is in the detail.
In one line: Saved by a further leap in the auto sector.
In one line: Hit by a jump in imports; the September headline will rebound.
Yesterday's data seemed to pour cold water on the idea of a sustained recovery in German manufacturing. Industrial production, including construction, fell by 0.2% in August...
In one line: Exports are lagging; is the trade deficit now stabilising at 3% of GDP?
In one line: Alarmingly poor, but it should rebound soon enough.
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