German economy feels China's chill

December 8, 2015

German industrial output inched up in October after two months of declines but the lower-than-expected reading suggested weak demand from emerging markets is taking its toll on a key sector of Europe's largest economy. But as Sonia Legg reports, economic sentiment in the euro zone improved in December to its highest level since August, helped by the ECB's ultra-loose policy. (Photo: Bloomberg) 

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