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First signs of Ukraine war’s impact on euro-zone firms

The latest surveys show that the war in Ukraine has severely dented euro-zone investors’ and companies’ perceptions of the outlook. This is consistent with our view that the war will cause a significant hit to economic activity, but for now, we still think it will probably avoid a recession. Bank of England Drop-In (17 March, 10:30 EST/14:30 GMT): The MPC has a tricky decision to make at its March meeting. Join Paul Dales and Ruth Gregory for a discussion about the outcome and the path ahead for UK growth, inflation and policymaking. Register here.

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