By: Benzinga
Eurozone Unemployment Rockets to New High
The euro dropped on Wednesday morning, trading at 1.3078. The decrease reflected renewed worry that the eurozone was still deep in crisis. Eurostat, the official statistics agency for the EU, released data on Tuesdsay painting a bleak picture of the bloc's unemployment rate. According to the Wall Street Journal ,
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