Adding to signs that the current quarter will be the sixth straight for eurozone contraction, an index of consumer sentiment for March fell more than expected to a reading of 90 from 91.1 in February. Although a return to growth is projected for the second quarter, "domestic demand is likely to remain a drag on growth in 2013, with positive impulses only from net exports", UBS economists said in a note before the index was released.

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