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26th Oct 2022 15:28Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • The gap between M1 growth and soaring inflation widened in September, pointing to falling output.
  • Banks are tightening standards and demand for credit is waning; we expect lending growth to slow.
  • Italy’s Prime Minister Meloni makes clear she is not Truss 2.0; markets welcome delay of some stimulus.

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