In latest FTSE Global Markets blog, Natixis’ Patrick Artus examines eurozone’s reliance on external factors as main drivers of growth


Writing for FTSE Global Markets, Artus argues that external factors are acting as main drivers of growth in the eurozone. Basing his argument on recent research, Artus explains that, without the fall in oil prices and the depreciation of the euro, growth would have been feeble in Germany, France and Italy in the first quarter of 2015. Artus warns that the eurozone may be more fragile than often suggested by economic figures and that sustainable growth is yet to be achieved by the bloc.

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