Eurozone’s economic sentiment decreased more-than-expected in December to its lowest level since the start of 2017, extending further evidence of a broad-based slowdown in the single currency economy. The economic sentiment index dropped to 107.3 from 109.5 in November, survey data from the European Commission showed on Tuesday. Economists had predicted a score of 108.2.
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