GDP for the eurozone surprised on the upside in Q3 with growth of 2.2% q/q, slightly up from Q2. The surprise came mainly from France and Italy, while Spain disappointed. Overall, the eurozone has had a relatively healthy summer, but it is now clear that growth will start to slow sharply in Q4.
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