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Is Brexit distracting us from Europe’s woes?

German economic data released last week should have us all worried

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
17th February, 2019
ECB actions worry German banks.

At the beginning of the year, I wrote that far too much attention was being devoted to the Brexit negotiations and their potential consequences, with little thought spared for a looming economic crisis facing Europe.

For all those who believe that Britain could be heading for an utter calamity (and it probably is), the eye has definitely not been on the ball when it comes to the economic and political risks in Europe. No amount...

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