EU building and consumer sectors most sensitive

The eurozone's construction and consumer sectors are typically the most sensitive to shocks in GDP and inflation variables, states a new European Central Bank paper.

On the aggregate level, firms in the eurozone are most likely to default due to shocks to GDP, exchange rates, equity prices and oil prices.

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