European Markets Have Come Charging Back

The economic news in Europe has been generally dour this morning. We summarized it here, but it basically comes down to weak PMI reports and a bad German confidence report.

Markets remain red, but off lower levels, and close to being back to even.

Here’s a look at Italy’s FTSE MIB, which has generally followed the same pattern as everyone else so far this morning.

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