7 Reasons the European Union has Economic Uncertainty
The European Central Bank used the phrase “particularly high uncertainty” (or a similar variant) seven times in today’s monthly report.
That said, not all the news is bad. Productivity is increasing, expected GDP growth has been revised up in the short term and trade deficits might be on the decline. (Except in Italy.)
Will Italy (NYSE:EWI) sink the boat?
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