European Economics

European Data Response

14 November, 2018

Euro-zone GDP (Q3), IP (Sep.) & Employment (Q3)

Q3’s slowdown in euro-zone GDP growth partly reflected temporary factors, so we remain optimistic that the economy will perform better in the coming quarters. This would allow the ECB to push ahead with its plans to start tightening monetary policy next year.

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