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EUROZONE DATA: Economic Sentiment Indicator (Apr 2020) 
- Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI): 67.0; Prev (Mar): 94.2 
- Consumer: -22.7 (Mar: -11.6); Industry: -30.4 (Mar: -11.2); Services: -35.0
(Mar: -2.3); Retail: -28.3 (Mar: -8.6); Construction: -12.8 (Mar: 2.3). 
- The ESI plunged to 67.0 in April, its lowest level since Mar 2009 with the
largest decline on record (-27.2pt) 
- Every sector deteriorated in Apr with service sentiment crashing by 32.7pt to
-35.0, revealing the largest drop and posting the lowest level on record. 
- Retail trade sentiment collapsed to -28.6, down by 19.7pt to the lowest since
1993, while industrial sentiment plummeted by 19.2pt to -30.4, remaining above
the record low of Mar 2009. 
- Consumer confidence registered in line with the flash result, showing a strong
fall due to the exceptional deterioration in household's expectations. 
- Construction sentiment and the EEI posted the biggest falls on record
- Survey data was collected between Mar 25 and Apr 23
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