Eurozone PMI index revealed a growth declining. The European economy seems to have run aground along the route, and proceeds backwards instead of going forward.
This is what was stated by Markit, a London company of financial information, which offered a very different version of events than that presented Thursday, April 21 from Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank.
The preliminary manufacturing PMI index for the Eurozone in April recorded a value of 51.5 against 51.6 in the previous figure. The services PMI has instead reported a value of 53.2, making it slightly larger than the previous 53.1. The preliminary composite index, however, showed a value of 53, disappointing the previous value at 53.1.