* Morale weakens for fourth straight month in July * Economic sentiment falls in Germany, France, Spain BRUSSELS, July 30 (Reuters) - Economic sentiment in the euro zone fell again in July as the bloc's economy deepened its slump and factory managers and businesses became more pessimistic, with talk of a possible Greek exit of the single currency likely in the forefront of their minds. A worsening mood across all sectors, including the ...
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