Eurozone Growth Gets Shaky

Investor's Business Daily
August 2015
Investors Business Daily;8/17/2015, pA01
2 GDP rose 0.3% in Q2 vs. Q1, below views and down from 0.4% growth in the prior quarter. Yearly growth picked up to 1.2% from 1% but missed views too. The top 2 economies lagged expectations, with France recording no growth. Germany expanded 0.4%. While temporary factors like Greece and China may be to blame, the soft patch comes despite massive central bank stimulus.


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