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Diego Torres
Diego Torres
Economist
Madrid

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The eurozone economy will grow at a steady rate supported by domestic demand, although risks remain bearish, both internal and of lower global growth. The ECB pre-announcement assures looser monetary policy accompanied by neutral fiscal policy
After the upward revision of growth in 1H15, the latest data suggest that the recovery continues at a relatively strong and steady pace, with good confidence and domestic demand indicators, although there are certain doubts over exports in the third quarter that are associated with the risks arising from the emerging economies
The MICA-BBVA model forecasts growth of 0.4% for the third quarter, similar to the second quarter data released in August, which was worse than we expected. Growth in 2015 will be below 2%. Domestic demand will remain the main engine of growth, while supporting external demand weakens