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14th Feb 2023 16:18Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • EZ economic resilience at the end of 2022 is confirmed, but we still see a GDP fall in Q1-2023.
  • Looser fiscal policy is a feature, not a bug, of the EZ economy after the virus and war in Ukraine.
  • The EZ labour market is softening, but employment is still rising, pointing to stable joblessness in 2023.

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