Markit said that as long as there is no new surge of COVID-19 infections, it expects the lifting of lockdowns to help boost sentiment and business activity in the coming months. However, it remains cautious as its forecasters expect the eurozone's GDP to "slump by almost 9% in 2020 and for a recovery to pre-pandemic levels of output to take several years".
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