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4th Mar 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • Spain's and Italy's PMIs support our view that their growth is slowing in Q1, despite the February uptick.
  • The implosion of Russia's economy will not derail the pick-up in EZ GDP growth in Q2.
  • The labour market is on fire, but is still not stoking wage prices pressures.

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