OECD predicts weak growth in euro zone

The OECD has predicted weak growth in the euro zone in its latest set of economic indicators, which it released today.

8th October, 2014
OECD predicts weaker euro zone growth

The OECD has predicted weak growth in the euro zone in its latest set of economic indicators, which it released today.

The organisation’s latest composite leading indicators, CLIs, which are calculated monthly to show trends in economic activity, indicate a slowdown in momentum in some of the biggest euro area economies including Italy and Germany.

Canada and the United States continue to signal stable growth momentum, the OECD said, while a loss of...

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