The Latest: Easing of Greece fears assisting eurozone economy

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FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The latest on a European economy as a European Central Bank meets to plead a financial process (all times local):


10:25 a.m.

Waning concerns over a Greek exit from a euro seem to be shoring adult a mercantile liberation opposite a 19-country eurozone notwithstanding renewed doubt over a tellurian economy, according to a closely-watched survey.

Financial information association Markit says a monthly combination purchasing managers’ index — a sign of mercantile activity — rose to a four-year high of 54.3 points in Aug from 53.9 a prior month. The boost was also incomparable than a initial guess for a some-more medium arise to 54.1. Anything above 50 indicates expansion.

Chris Williamson, Markit’s arch economist, pronounced a relaxing of supposed Grexit fears “has led to an alleviation in a business sourroundings opposite a eurozone.”

Williamson pronounced a indicator suggests that a eurozone is flourishing during a quarterly parasite of 0.4 percent in a third quarter.

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