Macroeconomic Projections for Italy

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The macroeconomic projections for the euro area are released on the web site of the European Central Bank in March, June, September, and December of each year. In June and December these projections are produced on a set of common assumptions by experts from the Eurosystem national central banks, jointly with ECB staff members.

Twice yearly (in June and December) the Bank of Italy releases a brief comment on the macroeconomic projections for Italy.

A more detailed analysis of the outlook for the Italian economy, including any updates made necessary by changes in the external environment or by new data, is published in the January and July issues of the Bank of Italy's Economic Bulletin.

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The quarterly Economic Bulletin (twice yearly until 2006) provides information on economic developments in Italy, within the more general context of the international and euro-area economy, looking at the most important aspects: the real economy, the national accounts, banking, and the financial markets.