Comments by IMF on the Eurozone economy
- Europe is still seeing strong growth
- Near-term risks are balanced
- Eastern Europe should be ready to tighten monetary policy
The IMF with some comments via its regional economic outlook for Europe. Nothing too concerning. The real issue for the Eurozone now is whether or not the soft patch experienced in Q1 will continue on into Q2 and 2H 2018.
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