Bad news is expected for eurozone growth as finance chiefs gather

02/11/2013 | Bloomberg · Bloomberg · Reuters

Economists are predicting that the fourth quarter will be the worst for the eurozone since the Lehman crisis four years ago, with a 0.4% contraction as seven nations remain mired in recession. Meanwhile, eurozone finance ministers gathered Monday in Brussels to assess the increasingly uncertain situation, with new aid for Greece and Cyprus on the agenda amid signs of political disruption on the horizon in Italy and Spain.

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