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Euro Growth Indicator July 2018

Stable growth in the euro area

Growth in the euro area will not to decelerate further for the time being, according to the July Euro Growth Indicator calculated by the EUROFRAME group of economic research institutes. The second quarter GDP forecast is 0.5 per cent, slightly higher than the Eurostat growth estimate for the first quarter, and the estimate of the Euro Growth Indicator for the third quarter has been revised up to 0.6 per cent.

 

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Euro Growth Indicator June 2018

Euro Growth Indicator shows stable growth for the second and third quarter of 2018

The Euro Growth Indicator, calculated by the Euroframe group in June 2018, suggests that euro area GDP growth in the second quarter of 2018 is in line with the growth rate seen in the first quarter of the year according to the flash estimate produced by Eurostat. According to the Indicator, quarter-on-quarter GDP growth in the euro area would be 0.4 per cent. the growth estimate for the third quarter is at a similar level.

 

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Euro Growth Indicator May 2018

Euro area growth will continue to grow at a more moderate pace in the second quarter of 2018

Euro area GDP is expected to grow by around 0.4 per cent per quarter in the second quarter of  2018, according to the May Euro Growth Indicator, a similar pace as has been reported by Eurostat in early May in its preliminary flash estimate for the first quarter of 2018 in its preliminary flash estimate.

 

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Euro Growth Indicator April 2018

Economic momentum in the euro area seems to have peaked

Growth in the euro area has been robust in the first quarter of 2018, but is poised to decelerate markedly in the second quarter, according to the April Euro Growth Indicator. The first quarter GDP forecast is 0.6 per cent, on par with Eurostat growth estimate for the fourth quarter 2017, whereas the Indicator's second quarter estimate of 0.3 per cent suggests that the euro area is about to experience noticeably slower growth in the months to come.

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