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Eurozone | 5 June 2018 Eurozone Investors Haven't Been this Gloomy Since 2012
If you were looking just at investor sentiment in the Eurozone, you would conclude that the economy is in recession.

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5 June 2018 Eurozone Investors Haven't Been this Gloomy Since 2012

By Claus Vistesen

If you were looking just at investor sentiment in the Eurozone, you would conclude that the economy is in recession.

Posted: 4th Jun 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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