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The EZ’s current account plunged to a deficit at the end of Q1, and it will likely stay there in Q2.
EZ portfolio outflows are plunging, reflecting rising economic uncertainty and market volatility.
Construction in the euro area performed solidly in Q1, but it will slow sharply in Q2.
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