The current week will see issue of a number of important data and reports on the US economy regarding inflation rates represented by consumers and producers' prices, as well as retail prices.
As for the Euro zone, the German economy saw hike of growth rate in Q1/2014, with forecasts that the country would not be able to sustain such brisk growth, though analysts still foresee continued growth for 2014.(end) mfs.tb.ag
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