No end in sight to EU debt crisis: Martin Lueck

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  • Published On: November 15, 2012
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Martin Lueck, economist at UBS, says that the latest economic data points indicate that headlines emanating from European countries will continue to make the news and impact sentiment across the world. Questions on global growth abound, investors are skittish and forex markets edgy.

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