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August 28th, 2020

The key points discussed in the video transcript are as follows:

- CPI in Europe accelerated in February, exceeding estimates.
- Eurozone composite PMI came in slightly below estimates but still indicates expansion.
- Eurozone Services came in below estimates.
- PPI normalized in February but investor confidence dropped significantly.
- Input costs and retail sales have softened, impacting investor confidence.
- Export data and trade balance are important indicators for internal demand and exports.
- Imports in Germany, a net exporting nation, were down significantly.
- Service PMI and composite PMI disappointed to the downside.
- Construction bounced up but remains at a contractionary level.
- Factory orders increased in January but weakened in February.
- Retail sales had a downward trajectory.
- Industrial production in France was below estimates.
- PMI in France was slightly above estimates.
- Services in France performed better than expected.

Based on these key points, some appropriate hashtags and SEO tags could be:

#Europe #CPI #PMI #InvestorConfidence #Exports #Imports #RetailSales #IndustrialProduction #ServicePMI #CompositePMI #FactoryOrders #France

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