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ECB’s hands are tied

GDP data published this week confirmed that the euro-zone economy grew at a decent pace in the first half of the year. But this is unlikely to last, and next week we expect the first business surveys for August to be consistent with output falling. Next week, the account of July’s ECB meeting might reveal more on the breadth of support for aggressive interest rate rates.

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