European stocks fell for a fourth day, U.S. index futures erased gains and the euro weakened after German manufacturing and business confidence missed estimates. Commodities gained for the first time in four days on signs a slump in China’s factory output is easing.
21:29 - IFO Institute President Hans-Werner Sinn discusses if economic data coming from Germany is signaling a slowdown in the country and the impact from ECB quantitative easing. He speaks with Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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