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PMIs: Euro-zone lagging behind at the end of Q1

The flash PMIs for March suggest that the euro-zone economy is still flatlining, while the UK and Japan seem to be pulling out of recession heading into Q2. The survey indicators of price pressures moved in different directions, but in general remain a bit too high for central banks’ comfort across DMs.

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