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Archinomics weekly update: Monday 27 July 2020

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In this week's podcast...

Last week, US markets were relatively flat despite the ramping up of the tensions with China. In Europe, EU leaders reached an agreement on the Covid-19 recovery package. This week, the main focus will be on the macroeconomic environment with GDP numbers released across the US and Europe.

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