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GlobalWeak Europe, US to follow?

The latest google mobility statistics suggest things have stabilised a little.  Although the devil is in the detail.  On the DM side, Europe looks fairly static from last week but this masks a further sharp drop in Italy, which offset something of a bounce in France and the generally steadier picture we’ve seen in Germany and Spain.

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