A fall in factory orders at start of Q4 suggests momentum in Europe’s largest economy will remain sluggish for some time.
The better factory numbers from China in November filtered across Asian economies including South Korea, Japan and Malaysia.
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A decline from a year earlier eased slightly in September, though the monthly figures, which can be volatile, showed a 1.3% drop.
But the headline rate is still well below the European Central Bank’s goal.
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