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7th Apr 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

German industrial production fell in February, but probably did O.K. through Q1 as a whole.

Near-real-time data suggest that mobility improved in the wake of the war, but manufacturing softened.

Surveys point to a sharp fall in German GDP growth at the end of Q1, but not a recession.

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