Goldman Sees Persistent Eurozone Growth Amid Political TrendsMark Melin
Growth in the Eurozone is more broadly based than anticipated, a Goldman Sachs research report indicated yesterday, as they revised higher their economic forecasts for Spain and Italy while nudging lower the region’s growth engine, Germany. The big question remains: will growth in the region falter as it did in 2014?
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