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Euro-zone Final PMIs (Jan.)

The final Composite PMIs for January confirm that the euro-zone economy started 2022 on a weak note but the improving health situation suggests that growth will pick back up over the rest of the quarter. The PMIs also highlighted the intensity of price pressures throughout the region, not just in the core. BoE Drop-In (Thurs. 14:30 GMT): Our UK team will be online shortly after the MPC Feb. meeting statement is out to answer your questions and explain why we think the Bank will raise rates more aggressively in 2022 than many other economists expect. Registration details here.

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