Article preview: For several months now, we’ve heard a lot about the potential economic implications for the UK should we leave the European Union in March without a trade deal in place. This outcome remains a real possibility and some have gone as far as marketing Brexit Survival Kits to worried citizens. But is economic life within the Eurozone really so rosy? New data from the continent has stoked fresh recession fears and could prompt a further bout of equity market volatility. The official figures from eurostat show seasonally adjusted industrial production falling by 1.7% in the euro area of 19 nations and by 1.3% in the 28 member states of the European Union in November, when compared with a month earlier.
Gloomy European data stokes recession fears
This 641 word blog post shares the latest official figures for industrial production in the eurozone and European Union, explaining the possible implications for investors of an economic recession in Europe and concluding with a call to action to review portfolios. Written on 14th January 2019.
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