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So what does a €60bn a month shopping spree get you these days?

We'll find out at 10.00 GMT when we get the flash Q4 GDP numbers from Europe

If expectations are to be believed, the rough €180bn spent in Q4 got the Eurozone -0.1 pp on y/y growth. 1.5% is expected vs 1.6% in Q3. Quarter on quarter, all that moollah should see growth of 0.3%, same as Q3.

Money well spent if you ask me ;-)

Still, growth is growth and Europe will take whatever it can get

We get naff all details accompanying the release. That all comes on the revisions.

Eurozone GDP y/y

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