The euro zone will hand in its gross domestic product growth (GDP) figures for the final quarter of 2014 this week and analysts expect the figure to show the economic recovery remains meager.
Economists polled by Reuters see the 18-country single-currency bloc expanding 0.2 percent in the October-December period, matching the pace recorded in the previous quarter.
Over the past year, the euro zone economy has been dogged by slow growth that has failed to reinvigorate investment and job creation, due to a host of vulnerabilities like unemployment, deflation and geopolitical tensions. However, the European Central Bank unveiled a massive bond-buying program last month and analysts expect the program, along with lower oil prices, to bolster economic growth.
With that, tell us what you think the fourth-quarter GDP for the euro zone will be: