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13th Jan 2023 16:14Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • Our forecasts imply that both nominal and real imports are now softening, supporting net trade...
  • ...Real exports will remain resilient, rising in the second half of the year as global growth firms.
  • We think net exports will lift Eurozone GDP growth in 2023, but only slightly, by 0.3pp.

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