Eurozone Confidence Indices Continue to SufferJuly 30, 2012 @ 7:44 AM EST
Europe Economic Update: Eurozone Confidence Indices
The confidence indicators for the Eurozone have been updated for the month of July.
Here are the results:
- Eurozone Consumer Confidence: -21.5 vs. consensus of -21.6 (prior -21.6)
- Eurozone Business Climate: -1.27 vs. consensus -1.09 (prior -0.94)
- Eurozone Economic Confidence: 87.9 vs. consensus 88.9 (prior +89.9)
Other stories on Europe to review:
ECB To Do 'Whatever It Takes' to Save Euro
Spain Enters Recession in Q2
Industrial Production Down -2.8%
EU to Jumpstart Loans to Spanish Banks
Germany's Industrial Production Up in June
Bank of England Launches 3rd Round of QE
European PMI's Show Some Improvement
EU Leaders Announce Measures To Ease Crisis
Greece Has Formed a Government
- Spanish Banks To Get 100 Billion Bailout
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