Snapshot: Europe

posted 2/22/2012 in General

Economic Commentary Highlights...
  • The nations facing the most turmoil in the coming quarters (and likely years), including Greece, Portugal and Ireland, together account for less than 5% of the eurozone's economic output.
  • Europe is less dependent on the consumer, but much more dependent on trade, construction, and the government sector compared with the United States.
  •  Countries within Europe that export to nations outside the European Union may be best positioned.
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