Europe's stock market growing, but economy waiting to improve

The Euro logo is seen in front of the European Central Bank (ECB) building in Frankfurt am Main, central Germany.

On this last day of trading for 2013, a reminder that the stock market is by no means a measure of well-being. Case in point, Europe. Stock markets across the continent are set to climb about 20 percent for 2013. But as the BBC's Andrew Walker explains, that's not necessarily due to an overall economic improvement in the Eurozone.

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