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German GDP grew by 0.1% in Q2, finally returning to its pre-virus, Q4 2019, level.
But the tiny expansion is now old news; survey data imply GDP in the EZ’s largest economy is now falling.
France’s economy will avoid a recession, we think, but risks here are also skewed to the downside.
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