EU Finance Ministers on Recovery Optimism

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May.21 — As European stocks jump the most in two weeks, EU finance Ministers gather in Lisbon for the first in person Eurogroup meeting since September. Portuguese Finance Minister Joao Leao says Portugal is likely to raise its economic growth forecast for this year as tourists help boost the recovery. Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe also expressed the optimism about EU’s recovery even though it might bring about “temporary” inflation. They spoke to Bloomberg’s Maria Tadeo in a joint interview.

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