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6th Jan 2023 16:15Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • The euro area labour market's resilience to the economic slowdown won’t last.
  • EZ unemployment is still consistent with above target core inflation, keeping the ECB on its toes.
  • German manufacturing likely moved sideways in Q4, defying survey-based predictions of a fall.

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