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The economic deceleration across the eurozone has not started to take a measurable toll on investment activity yet. But the high uncertainty concerning economic and geopolitical developments could soon weigh on investment plans, denting future growth potential. Our newly developed uncertainty indicator shows that economic uncertainty in the eurozone has increased notably over the last 12 months and provides evidence that – if no improvement is seen soon – uncertainty will begin to hurt demand for capital goods and lending volumes, potentially protracting the recent slowdown.
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