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Eurozone Publications

Below is a list of our Eurozone Publications for the last 6 months. If you are looking for reports older than 6 months please email info@pantheonmacro.com, or contact your account rep

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February

28 Mar 2022 Spain was Already Falling Behind and Now the Outlook Worsens

  • Spain's economy ended last year further below its pre-virus level than other major EZ economies...
  • ...Now growth is slowing, and the outlook for Q2-Q4 is clouded by a hit to real incomes.
  • The IFO was miserable in March, and real M1 growth points to an EZ PMI of 50 by summer.

Claus Vistesen and Melanie Debono (Eurozone Team)Eurozone

22 Mar 2022 The SNB will Stand Pat This Week & Hold Rates Until 2024, at Least

  • The Swiss franc has eased back from parity against the euro in recent days...
  • ...It will strengthen again before the end of ECB, QE, likely to 1.01-to-1.02, but will re-weaken in Q3.
  • With inflation set to fall below target in H2 this year, the SNB will not hike rates in line with the ECB.

Melanie Debono (Senior Eurozone Economist)Eurozone

31 Jan 2022 Germany Suffered in Q4, but Spain and France Soldiered on

  • German GDP tumbled in Q4, but it rose in France and Spain; we think EZ GDP rose by 0.4% q/q.
  • The ESI points to lingering supply-side constraints on manufacturing at the start of 2022.
  • This week's CPI data will show that EZ core inflation fell sharply in January; it will rebound quickly.

Claus Vistesen and Melanie Debono (Eurozone Team)Eurozone

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