Eurozone slides into double-dip recession

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The eurozone has officially entered recession, the latest GDP data shows, as growth in core economies was offset by a surprisingly weak figure from the Netherlands.

The eurozone as a whole contracted 0.1% in Q3, in line with forecasts and following a 0.2% contraction in Q2. The figure represents the second time the eurozone has fallen into recession since the financial...

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