FRANKFURT, Dec 16 (Reuters) - Germany's Bundesbank expects Europe's largest economy to expand strongly over the next couple of months, helped by a rebound in manufacturing, such as the auto industry, and brightening consumer and business sentiment. It raised concern, however, that planned financial transactions tax could hurt bank lending. The Bundesbank raised its growth forecasts for this year and next earlier in December and said in its monthly ...
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