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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

German Recovery Hinges on Euro Zone

German Recovery Hinges on Euro Zone
Wall Street Journal
The next potential flashpoint could be Cyprus, which is seeking nearly €18 billion ($24 billion) in international aid to prop up its banks, which were hit hard by last year's restructuring of Greek sovereign debt. ... "We need to know, for example ...

Wall Street Journal

Euro zone economy falls deeper than expected into recession
Reuters
While the European Central Bank's pledge to do whatever it takes to save the euro has taken the heat out of the bloc's debt crisis, even its stronger members are gripped by an economic malaise that could push debt-cutting drives off track. French Prime ...

Euro zone seen dropping deeper into recession as Germany slips
Reuters UK
With austerity measures extending across the bloc, weak domestic demand is likely to have weighed on many euro zone economies and not just those hit hardest by the debt crisis. However, some relief may be at hand. Factory output picked up in December ...

ECB Forecasters Lower Euro-zone Growth Forecast
NASDAQ
Forecasters now expect euro-zone economic activity to be flat this year, down from a previous prediction of 0.3% growth made just three months ago, the ECB said in its quarterly Survey of Professional Forecasters, or SPF. "Lower contributions from ...

German economy shrinks most since 2009 financial crisis
Reuters UK
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's economy shrank in the fourth quarter more than at any time since the height of the 2009 financial crisis and may have underperformed the wider euro zone for the first time since then, preliminary data showed on Thursday ...

Could Weak Euro Zone GDP Spell End to Austerity?: "Weinberg said this year will see deficit and debt reduction programs stall, as sluggish growth and rising unemployment take their toll and policymakers take heed of austerity's stifling effect on the economy. "We fear prolonged economic hardship may make it impossible for Italy, Spain and perhaps even Greece to sustain fiscal austerity," he wrote in a note . . ."


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