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23rd Mar 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • Construction in the EZ started the year on a strong footing, finally rising back to pre-pandemic levels...
  • ...But supply constraints will hold back supply in the sector for the remainder of this year.
  • EZ portfolio outflows weakened at the start of the year, and will soften further in coming months.

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