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#Coronavirus: #EuropeanUnion to contract 7.4% due to the pandemic. Worst economic shock since the 1930's.— Jonathan Sugarman (@WhistleIRL) May 6, 2020
Was this was on #rte news, @WilliamsJon?
About that 'Rainy Day' fund, u mentioned and have since forgotten abt, @Paschald? Mr Taoiseach ?#Ireland https://t.co/8LHOubXo6A
There was no EU in the 1930s.... https://t.co/PtJvu7tusz— pjackson#ISTANDWITHBORIS ?????????? (@pjackso09793788) May 6, 2020
The EU has revised its growth forecast for 2020 from +1.4% to MINUS 7.5%. The Eurozone is headed towards the biggest economic shockwave since the 1930s.https://t.co/CAtIh3syZc— ⭐?? JamessReality ??⭐ (@JamessReality) May 6, 2020
AS THE EU IS DISINTEGRATING, THE REAL NAME SHOULD BE ED- EUROPEAN DISUNION. BORIS JOHNSON WAS THE ONLY LEADER WHO SAW IT COMING. LONG LIVE BREXIT.— Egon von Greyerz (@GoldSwitzerland) May 6, 2020
EU-ED WILL NOT ONLY HAVE THE WORST ECONOMIC SHOCK SINCE THE 1930s BUT SOON WILL HAVE A DISORDERLY BREAKUP. https://t.co/D56L684Fgb
The EU has revised its growth forecast for 2020 from +1.4% to MINUS 7.5%. The Eurozone is headed for its biggest economic shockwave since the 1930s.https://t.co/8LzacQKWZ0— Get Britain Out (@GetBritainOut) May 6, 2020
European Union to contract 7.4% due to the pandemic https://t.co/qMtpskJwwm— Kilgore Trout's New-Age Farming (@Kilgore_Trout2) May 6, 2020
EU nations continue to sellout to China
Decades of World leaders created debt bomb, its about to blow.
Warnings were loud, soccer moms were to busy.
14 yrs, documenting America's collapse.
#EU predicts region will contract 7.4% this year in worst economic shock since 1930s -@RottiTrader@AnalysisFin @BJLoVerde https://t.co/WRbpRgjxWh— Capital Private Asset (@CapitalPrivate1) May 6, 2020
HISTORIC global recession that will last 1-2 years, 30+ million jobs lost in the U.S.—and politicians are still debating whether people should be allowed to work— Anthony Sabatini (@AnthonySabatini) May 6, 2020
This will be recorded as THE largest government response failure in history!#OPENAMERICANOWhttps://t.co/MCKABxVWaa
The European Commission is warning that the EU's economy will experience "a recession of historic proportions" — as it's predicted to shrink by about 7.5% this year.https://t.co/CfKl6oNSZN— NPR (@NPR) May 6, 2020
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