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Euro zone experiences growth easing, implying its heydays may be left behind

Euro zone’s economic expansion paced down far more than forecasted in May, as a survey reveals, which combined with lower inflation has stirred up worries that the times of thriving will not come back.

The ECB’s asset purchases will stop in 2018, as interest rates will be raised in the next year, April’s poll by Reuters showed, though officials might be troubled by low inflation together with expansion.

The economic growth still keeps solid, but at the same time it decelerated to the worst reading in 20 months in Germany.


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