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13th Jan 2023 16:00Eurozone, Weekly Monitor

  • We are revising up our EZ GDP forecast for Q4, but we still think GDP fell, just...
  • ...And with little to go on for Q1, we continue to expect the EZ to enter a mild recession this quarter.
  • China’s reopening, new fiscal aid and the fast fall in energy prices imply upside risks to our Q2-Q4 calls.

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