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20th Oct 2022 14:12Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • The French economy is resilient, but the data tell a clear story of slowing growth, all the same.
  • Households in France will enjoy a real-income boost in H2, but a rise in savings will curb consumption.
  • We think GDP in France rose by 0.1% q/q in Q3, which will be followed by a 0.3% fall in Q4.

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