The International Monetary Fund is raising its expectations for growth in the Eurozone but cutting them back for the UK, Sky News
reports. The UK's growth estimation for 2017 has been pegged
back to 1.7% from 2% while Germany is expected to grow at 1.8% (up 0.2%) and France 1.5% (up 0.1%). Spain has been raised an impressive 1.3% to reach a predicted growth of 3.1%.
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