Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
— The Federal Reserve may take longer than expected to raise interest rates, amid concern about U.S. economic growth.
— U.S. producer prices fell 0.8% in January, mostly due to drops in food and energy prices.
— Japan exited recession on strong exports, offsetting a big 3.2% drop in consumer spending.
— The Eurozone granted Greece a four-month debt extension, pending certain pre-conditions.
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