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Eurozone | 3 Dec. 2014 Decent Consumption, Dreadful Investment in Eurozone GDP
Retail sales data later today will give us the first hard data from the fourth quarter, and the story should be altogether more positive than the still downbeat message from the manufacturing sector.

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3 Dec. 2014 Decent Consumption, Dreadful Investment in Eurozone GDP

By Claus Vistesen

Retail sales data later today will give us the first hard data from the fourth quarter, and the story should be altogether more positive than the still downbeat message from the manufacturing sector.

Posted: 3rd Dec 2014 in 'Eurozone'

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