A slew of weak economic data has pushed the Euro to new lows this morning: German GDP for Q4 was out at 0.0% vs. a forecast of 0.2%.  Effectively the German economy, the economic engine of Europe, shrank 5% in 2009.  The Q4 Flash GDP for the Eurozone (0.1% actual vs. 0.4% expected) did not help investor confidence either, nor did E-Z Industrial Production for December which missed the mark heavily at -1.7%.  The French economy did surprise to the upside however, expanding by 0.6% last quarter.  EURUSD has dropped to nine-month lows near 1.3550,and EURJPY is struggling with support below 122.00.  So despite vague commitments of EU and IMF support for Greece, the EUR sell-off continues for the third month running.