Recession Returns To Ratchet Up Euro Misery

If you thought today looked bad, tomorrow looks worse. Amid all its other woes, the eurozone is now in recession, or that’s what most experts predict will emerge from tomorrow’s official figures. GDP is contracting, a fact that will serve to highlight the eurozone’s haves (Germany) and its have-nots (Greece, Portugal, Spain, Italy and Ireland).

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