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Euro area growth momentum slides as industry pain overwhelms
Economic activity in the euro area’s private sector weakened further as still-solid services couldn’t make up for rapidly deteriorating manufacturing.
French economy unexpectedly cools in setback for euro area
French economic growth unexpectedly slowed in the second quarter, adding to risks for a euro area already shaken by a manufacturing slump and frailties in its largest economy, Germany.
Euro area confidence improves for first time in almost a year
Euro area economic confidence unexpectedly improved in May, snapping an almost yearlong streak of declines when the region was battling through a host of struggles.
Euro area consumer confidence  slips for first time since July
Eurozone consumers’ confidence is wavering. While the European Commission’s confidence indicator is still close to its highest level in seventeen years, a flash estimate pointed to a sharper fall this month than any analyst polled by Thomson Reuters predicted.
ECB is expected to offset euro area’s fiscal tightening
If the euro area countries continue to insist on balancing the books and cutting in half their current public debt to GDP ratio, it simply follows that the ECB has to provide an appropriate amount of monetary accommodation to offset the fiscal tightening and keep the economy on a steady and sustainable growth path.
Euro area outlook dim
Mario Draghi’s trillion-euro boost for the euro area isn’t proving sufficient to lift economists’ confidence in the region’s recovery.

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