Growth gains steam in the Euro Area, but it is unlikely to last beyond 2018, when long-term supply constraints will start weighing in | The Conference Board
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Growth gains steam in the Euro Area, but it is unlikely to last beyond 2018, when long-term supply constraints will start weighing in


September 2017 | Economy Watch Reports

Consumers and producers feel optimistic about the economy. Yet, this trend is unlikely to last beyond 2018 as long-term supply constraints and a maturing of the business cycle will weigh in. There's fear a strong Euro will threaten growth, but data show it's not likely in the short term.


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