Growth for First Quarter in Euro Zone

According to official data from Luxembourg, Euro zone growth improved in the first quarter, driven mainly by exports.  With the weak euro consistently being driven down on the currency market, Euro goods became nice and cheap for international investors. 

The fact that euro zone GDP increased for the first quarter was pretty much in line with expectations from experts and economists.  Most expect that the next quarter will bring more strength and recovery.  But what everyone is still a bit shaky on is the final half of the year – will growth slow down again?  Will the 16-nation area slip back into negative territory?

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