The Good News Is That The European GDP Numbers Weren't As Bad As Expected

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Europe’s largest economies reported their Q3 GDP growth numbers. Here’s a tally via Bloomberg:Germany: +0.2% (+0.1% est.)

France: +0.2% (0.0% est.)

Italy: -0.2% (-0.5% est.)

Spain: -0.3% (-0.3% est.)

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