German PMI comes in at 46.3, the lowest since July 2009 and missing estimates for 49. The data...


German PMI comes in at 46.3, the lowest since July 2009 and missing estimates for 49. The data adds to concerns about the outlook for the eurozone's largest economy.

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  • Bear Bait
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    With all the German imposed austerity there isn't anyone left with money to buy German goods or anybody's goods for that matter. Austerity is akin to the old medical practice of "bleeding". Boys and girls, ladies and gents, I don't have a Nobel prize in economics; but, the only thing I have seen following "austerity" is more austerity. Take a good look at Europe, if the T'bagger budget cutters here in the US get there way that's exactly where we are headed!

     

    Austerity does not produce consmuers!
    23 Apr 2012, 06:42 AM Reply Like
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