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Eurozone Investor Confidence Unexpectedly Weakens, Lowest Since Nov. 2014

Eurozone investor confidence weakened for a sixth straight month in February to its lowest level in over four years, survey data from Sentix showed on Monday.

The investor confidence index for the euro area dropped to -3.7 from -1.5 in January. The latest reading was the lowest since November 2014, the Frankfurt-based behavioral research institute said. Economists had forecast an improvement to -1.3.

The current conditions index fell to 10.8 from 18, marking the weakest score since December 2016. The measure declined for a sixth month in a row.

The expectations index rose to a three-month high of -17.3 from -19.3.

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