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German GDP came in above expectations but Italy shrank a worse-than-expected 0.8% in Q1 and...

German GDP came in above expectations but Italy shrank a worse-than-expected 0.8% in Q1 and France showed zero growth. Which means the eurozone composite number, due out in 10 minutes, is masking diverging growth stories.
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  • untrusting investor
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    Of course there are divergences in the EZ. Always have been and always will be. Just like there are divergences between every single state in the US as well.
    15 May 2012, 11:51 AM Reply Like
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