Momentum in the Eurozone economy has stabilised at the very least through Q2 and there are signs in the German trade and industrial outlook that an improvement is brewing.
Japanese growth indicators remain mixed after the Q1 swoon, though the economy is unlikely to contract for the second consecutive quarter. The capex outlook is looking especially favourable.
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