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EC Survey (May)

The larger-than-expected fall in the EC Economic Sentiment Indicator in May is consistent with our view that the euro-zone will continue to stagnate in the second quarter. Meanwhile, firms’ selling price expectations dropped further and suggest that core goods inflation will decline in the coming months but services inflation is likely to prove stickier.

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