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Money and lending data point to recession

The effects of tighter monetary policy are clear in the money and credit data. Households and firms have continued to lock their money up in longer-term deposits which are less likely to be spent, and lending growth has slowed very sharply. This paints a bleak picture of the region’s economic outlook.

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