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Eurozone crisis live: Manufacturing data shows state of global economy

Profusion of industrial statistics will illustrate how the global economy is faring, as Greek debt talks stumble

7.45am: Good morning all, and welcome to another day of rolling coverage of the eurozone financial crisis (and other related matters).

As that post-summit glow ebbs away, attention turns to the world’s manufacturing industries. It’s a big day for industrial data – showing which countries performed well last month and which struggled.

We’ll also keep a (weary) eye on Greece, where debt talks appeared to stall last night.

And it’s a big day for bond auctions – with Germany, the UK and Portugal [among others] selling debt. Will they all find willing buyers?

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