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Producer prices in the euro area rose in July

In July, industrial producer prices in the euro area rose more than expected from the previous month, according to a report by Eurostat, the European Union’s statistical office. In July,...

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Retail sales in the euro area rose to pre-pandemic levels in June

The volume of retail sales in the euro area rose to pre-coronavirus levels in June. The European Union’s statistical office (Eurostat) announced on Wednesday that retail sales in the 19-member...

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Euro area inflation rose in July

Euro area inflation rose more than expected in July, according to preliminary data from Eurostat, the European Union’s statistical office. In July, when disease control measures in Europe were largely...

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GDP: fell significantly in the EU and the euro area in the second quarter

In the euro area, gross domestic product (GDP) fell by 12.1 percent and in the EU as a whole by 11.9 percent in the second quarter, compared to the previous...

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Euro area inflation accelerated in June

Eurozone inflation accelerated to 0.3 percent in June from a four-year low of 0.1 percent in May – Eurostat, the European Union’s statistics office announced. A year earlier, in June...

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Industrial production in the euro area was weaker than expected in May

In May, industrial production in the euro area declined more than expected year-on-year and grew less than in April, according to a report by Eurostat, the European Union’s statistical office....

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Food is cheaper in Hungary

Eurostat has published its 2019 analysis of prices of consumer goods and services. Based on this, Hungary offered its products cheaper than the EU average, according to the National Chamber...

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The euro area’s foreign trade surplus fell to a fraction in April

In April, due to the demand-reducing effect of pandemiological restrictions, the euro area foreign trade surplus shrank more than expected to a fraction of a year earlier, according to a...

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Employment has fallen in Europe

Employment declined in the euro area and the European Union in the first quarter, compared to the last quarter of last year. The European Union’s statistical office (Eurostat) said on...

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Retail sales in the euro area fell with a record high in April

Retail sales in the euro area declined less than expected, but still at record levels, in April, when virtually all commodity sales fell as a result of severe restrictions due...

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The pace of consumer price inflation in the euro area slowed further in May

The year-on-year slowdown in consumer price inflation in the euro area slowed to a lower-than-expected, but still unprecedented level in almost four years, according to a flash estimate by the...

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Euro area inflation reached a three-and-a-half-year low in April

Three and a half years ago, the lowest inflation occurred in the eurozone in April, according to a report published by Eurostat, the European Union’s statistical office, on Wednesday. In...

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The euro area economy has shrunk the largest ever

The largest ever gross domestic product decrease occured in the euro area in the first quarter, the European Union’s statistical office, Eurostat reported on Thursday mfor.hu, wrote. According to Eurostat...

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That’s why we suffer in home office

The social distancing measures that have recently been introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic, have forced many people to work from home; for many of them this will be the...

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The euro area’s foreign trade surplus has increased

The euro area foreign trade surplus increased in February, according to preliminary data released by the European Union’s statistical office (Eurostat) on Monday. In February, euro area product exports, excluding...

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Euro area inflation fell to a five-month low in March

Inflation in the euro area fell to a five-month low in March, according to a report by Eurostat, the European Union’s statistical office. In March, according to Eurostat’s final data,...

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Price increases in the euro area slowed down

Inflation in the euro area slowed down by 0.2 percentage point to 1.2 percent in February, while in the EU it declined by 0.1 percentage point to 1.6 percent, according...

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The euro area industry started the year better than expected

Industrial production in the euro area grew more than expected in January – according to a Eurostat report published on Thursday. Hungarian industrial production reached its second highest monthly growth...

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Monthly retail sales in the euro area rose as expected in January

In January, retail sales in the euro area grew at the rate expected by analysts in December, surpassing the estimated growth rate of a year earlier. The European Union’s statistical...

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Fourth-quarter GDP growth in the euro area is at a six-year low

Downward from its previous estimate, the euro area’s fourth-quarter annual GDP growth rate has been revised down in a report released Friday by Eurostat, the EU’s statistical office. According to...

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Reál is the most popular store in the online space

During the festive season, there was a lot of news about shopping rushes, full shopping malls, practically completely looted department stores and shops. Photo: AFP, Világgazdaság Online And data from...

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Euro area unemployment rate stagnates at eleven-year low

The euro area unemployment rate stagnated in November at its eleven-year low – according to a Eurostat report released Thursday. The unemployment rate in the European Union has been at...

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Inflation accelerated in the euro area

It accelerated to a six-month peak, but still lagged behind the inflation target in consumer price growth in the euro area in December, according to a flash estimate of the...

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Prices in the euro area have risen

Consumer prices in the euro area increased year-on-year in November, in line with analysts’ expectations. Final figures released by the European Union Bureau of Statistics (Eurostat) on Wednesday show that...

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Retail sales in the euro area declined in October

In October, retail sales in the euro area declined sharply in the highest amount of the past ten months – according to the European Union’s statistical office, Eurostat. In October,...

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Bonduelle: new recommendations say plant-based food is the way forward

The new dietary recommendations of France, Canada and the international EAT-Lancet project are unanimous: eating more plant-based food benefits our health and that of our planet. Will 2019 be a...

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Euro area inflation is at its lowest for three years

Euro area inflation fell to a three-year low in October, according to a statement released on Friday by the European Union’s statistical office, Eurostat. In the 19 euro area countries,...

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October euro area inflation declined

The annual rate of increase in consumer prices in the euro area in October was lower than in the previous month, mainly due to lower energy prices. The European Union’s...

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Az előzetesen becsültnél is alacsonyabb volt az éves infláció szeptemberben az euróövezetben

Az előzetesen becsültnél is alacsonyabb szintre, közel hároméves mélypontra süllyedt a fogyasztói árak emelkedésének éves összevetésű üteme az euróövezetben szeptemberben. Az Európai Unió statisztikai hivatalának (Eurostat) szerdán kiadott végleges adatai...

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Retail sales in the euro area were more favorable than expected

Retail trade growth in the euro area increased more than expected in August, indicating that household consumption will continue to support economic growth. The European Union Bureau of Statistics (Eurostat)...

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