Manufacturing solid in Europe, China

August 2, 2013 | Last updated on August 2, 2013
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The output of British factories increased this past July, and industrial activity in the Eurozone rose for the first time in two years, reports Reuters.

It adds the current data coming from Europe and China has reduced worries over lacklustre 2013 performance. However, U.S. job growth is still crucial. Read more.


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