Eurozone Confidence Indices Remain WeakOctober 30, 2012 @ 9:48 AM EST
Europe Economic Update: Eurozone Confidence Indices
The confidence indicators for the Eurozone have been updated for the month of October.
Here are the results:
- Eurozone Consumer Confidence: -25.7 vs. consensus of -25.6 (prior -25.9)
- Eurozone Business Climate: -1.62 vs. consensus -1.4 (prior -1.34)
- Eurozone Economic Confidence: 84.5 vs. consensus 84.2 (prior +85.2)
- Eurozone Services Confidence: -12.1 vs. consensus -13.0 (prior -11.9)
- Eurozone Industrial Confidence: -18.0 vs. consensus -17.0 (prior -15.9)
Other stories on Europe to review:
Surprising Improvement UK GDP for Q3
Eurozone Flash PMI's Weaker than Expected
German IFO Index Weakens Again in October>
Moody's Downgrades 5 Spanish Regions
Spain Hinting at Requesting Bailout
German ZEW Index Shows Outlook Improving
Industrial Production Up in August
Spain's Credit Rating Cut at S&P
Yields Continue to Fall in Spain
European Manufacturing PMI's Uptick in September
Stress Tests on Spanish Banks Show...
German Industrial Production Improves in July
ECB to Launch Unlimited Bond Buying Program
- Moody's Cuts EU Outlook
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