Economic mobility indicators in Europe’s largest economies have fallen to more than two-month lows, according to Google data, as the growing wave of second-wave lockdowns in the region continues to curb energy demand. Based on activity at workplaces, retail and recreational sites, and transport hubs, average mobility indexes in Germany, the UK, France, Italy, and Spain were 23.6% below pre-crisis levels in the week to Oct. 25, according to the latest Google data, marginally lower than the previous week and the lowest regional average since Aug. 21. Often used as a proxy for energy demand, Google measures mobility on the number of visits and length of stay at locations such as offices […]