The European Commission’s monthly sentiment survey showed the overall index for the 19 member states of the Eurozone at 102.7 points in July, down from 103.3 in June and 105.2 in May.

The summer’s expected economic slowdown aligns with the seasonal trend and with what the economists anticipated as a deterioration.

Worries about Eurozone's economic growth persists in the third quarter of 2019, as the economic sentiment continues to decline in July. While consumer confidence improved, busi...


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