Eurozone: A steady but unspectacular recovery

Latest data reinforced signs that the eurozone’s economic recovery is continuing to progress following stronger-than-expected GDP growth of 0.3% q/q in Q1. But growth remains uneven country and sector-wide, leaving a further pickup in momentum unlikely in the near-term. We continue to expect the recovery will gather pace next year, with GDP growth rising to 1.8% after 0.8% in 2024. In this webinar, we will recap our outlook for the eurozone economy and ECB policy.

Ricardo Amaro

Lead Economist

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Ricardo Amaro

Lead Economist

Dublin, Ireland

Ricardo re-joined Oxford Economics in April 2021 as a Lead Economist in the eurozone team. He is responsible for producing and presenting macroeconomic forecasts for Portugal. He also contributes to the team’s timely analysis of incoming data and news flow and thematic research on the eurozone economy. Ricardo is a well-rounded economist with previous roles spanning coverage of Ireland and Ireland’s key trading partners (eurozone, UK and US) and financial market developments, in particular interest and exchange rates.

Ricardo started his career working in public policy at the European Commission. Ricardo was educated at the Nova School of Business and Economics and Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, where he obtained a master’s degree in economics and finance.

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