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Europe Slips Toward Recession as ECB Mulls Steps Ahead

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Buildings lit by street lights are reflected in the Canal Saint-Martin in Paris, France.

Buildings lit by street lights are reflected in the Canal Saint-Martin in Paris, France.

Photographer: Benjamin Girette/Bloomberg
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Europeans returning from their summer breaks will find a more fragile economy that risks buckling under the threats of energy rationing, record inflation and tighter monetary policy.