The eurozone has returned to recession as the region's debt crisis keeps on denting demand, latest official statistics show.
The economy of the 17-nation bloc contracted by 0.1% between July and September, after shrinking 0.2% in the previous three months, Eurostat said.
The eurozone was last in recession in 2009....
You should probably say the “Westernzone” is diminishing into a never-ending recession!
The Americans are falling from the cliff from huge and unsustainable debts, the Eurozone is hopelessly stagnated somewhere in the ancient times…. So that will be the end of the “Western world” as we know it (borrowing its way to hell).
The future belongs to the emerging markets and that’s where your focus should be!
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