European Earnings Need To Buck Up Despite Low ValuationsVW Staff
European stocks opened for business in 2014 to a slew of economic good news.
Manufacturing activity in the Eurozone, as measured by the Markit PMI, climbed to a 31-month high in December. The rise was driven by new export orders as well as manufacturing output. Unemployment in Germany fell for the first time in five months in December, as . . .
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