Eurozone growth came in higher than expected, at 0.2% for Q3, and inflation came in at 0.4%, bang on what was expected by analysts.
It’s pretty close to a no-growth environment for both GDP and inflation. The figures are all incredibly low.
Here’s how each of the three largest eurozone economies is doing:
German GDP rose 0.1%, narrowly avoiding a technical recession.
French GDP beat expectations, rising 0.3%, the fastest of the three (which says a lot).
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