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In one line: A surplus no more, but net trade still probably provided a little boost to GDP growth in Q4.
In one line: Hit by rising energy costs and falling net exports in transport.
In one line: Strangely weak industrial production; nominal imports are surging due to rising energy costs.
In one line: Revised up as expected, brace for much slower growth.
The ECB will end PEPP in March, but is keeping the door open for a resumption if the virus worsens.
ECB asset purchases will be around €500B next year on current plans, half the pace in 2021.
The SNB is standing pat, as expected, and we're lowering our outlook for EZ growth in Q1.
In one line: Trade is still on track to boost GDP growth this quarter; wage growth has further to rise.
Ms. Lagarde will stick to the signal that PEPP is likely to end in March, but Omicron is a big risk to this call.
The ECB's inflation forecasts will increase today; how close to 2% will they be for 2023 and 2024?
No rate hikes in 2022, but speculation about lift-off will intensify in the next six-to-12 months.
In one line: Imports are still outpacing exports.
In one line: Q3’s performance was driven by consumption; ZEW points to a weak end to the year for Germany.
In one line: The deficit in goods is widening, but the services surplus is rising.
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