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In one line: Going nowhere, and a poor guide to spending.
In one line: Decent, but the detailed services indices point to a softening in growth.
In one line: Banking stress? What banking stress?
In one line: Will Germany just about avoid recession?
In one line: French activity is brushing off strike action.
In one line: Core inflation will reach a new record high in March.
In one line: Markets believe the ECB is done; we don’t.
In one line: Staying the course; a sustained rise in volatility is needed to prevent hikes in Q2.
In one line: Rising inflation in food and core prices is offsetting softening energy inflation.
In one line: The headline is set to fall back in March, but core inflation will rise further.
In one line: Still in line with the ECB’s conviction of economic resilience.
In one line: Still pointing to resilience, despite downward revision.
In one line: The rise in core inflation cements at least two more 50bp hikes.
In one line: Consistent with EZ inflation holding steady.
In one line: The headline has peaked, but the core hasn’t, and that’s a problem for the ECB.
In one line: Still consistent with a shallow German recession.
In one line: Robust, but new orders-to-inventories still signal falling industrial production.
In one line: The rebound in energy inflation is held back by the price cap.
In one line: Another 50bp ECB hike in May?
In one line: Manufacturing finally ekes out some growth.
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