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Analysts at TD Securities point out that it’s a very busy day for Eurozone’s data with German unemployment, Q2 GDP estimates for Spain, Italy, and the Eurozone, and July HICP estimates for France, Italy, and the Eurozone.

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“For the Eurozone figures, we look for core CPI to slip to 1.0% y/y in July (mkt: 1.0%), and likely remain around that level for most of the rest of the year, and for headline HICP to slip to 1.1% y/y (mkt: 1.1%).”

“For the Eurozone we look for Q2 GDP to decelerate to 0.3% q/q (mkt: 0.2%), with details showing further divergence between a healthy services sector and struggling manufacturing sector. We’re less confident in our upside forecast though after yesterday’s disappointing French print.”