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Germany leads looming Eurozone recession

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Graph Time
A midweek dose of data on trade, investment and economic development

Alex Irwin-Hunt

26 October, 2022

Welcome to the second edition of Graph Time, a new midweekly newsletter with one selected visualisation of data relating to trade, investment and economic development.

This week there were more signs that investment spending may be curbed in the coming months. In October 2022, business activity across the Eurozone hit a 23-month low. Germany, Europe’s largest economy, saw the sharpest decline as companies manage higher energy prices and falling demand for their goods. This coincides with other gloomy predictions. The UN’s head of investment expects global FDI flows to decline further in 2023, while there are increasing risks that developing economies will face debt distress.

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