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Euro Growth Indicator May 2017

Euro area growth at a 2% annual pace

The euro area will grow by 0.7 per cent growth in the first quarter 2017 and by 0.4 per cent in the second quarter, according to the May estimate of the Euro Growth Indicator.On a y-o-y basis GDP growth would be close to 2 per cent in Q1 and Q2.

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Euro Growth Indicator April 2017

Pace of euro area growth to moderate again

The euro area economy has started the year on a strong note but is expected to slow to a more moderate pace of growth in the months to come. The April estimate of the Euro Growth Indicator calculated by EUROFRAME forecasts 0.7 per cent growth in the first quarter 2017 and 0.4 per cent in the second quarter, more or less on par with the growth registered by Eurostat for the second half of 2016.

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Euro Growth Indicator March 2017

Euro Growth Indicator shows a robust growth for the first half of 2017

The Euro Growth Indicator, calculated by the Euroframe group in March 2017, suggests that euro area GDP growth will remain robust during the first half of 2017. According to the indicator, quarter-on-quarter GDP growth in the euro area would accelerate to 0.7 per cent and 0.5 per cent in the first and second quarters of 2017, respectively, up from  0.4 per cent in the Eurostat flash estimate for the last quarter of 2016. 

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EUROFRAME Report Winter 2016/2017

The 2017 EUROFRAME Economic Assessment of the Euro Area report has been released.

This Euroframe Report presents an assessment of the euro area economic outlook for 2017 and beyond based on a synopsis of the forecasts of Euroframe institutes. In times of increased uncertainty and with tailwinds from lower oil prices fading, the euro area economy is expected to expand at a moderate pace with GDP rising by 1.6 per cent and 1.5 per cent in 2017 and 2018, respectively. The report also contains brief country notes summarizing the individual institute’s own country forecasts. In the focus section the impact of Brexit is discussed, based on work done in the Euroframe institutes..

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