BERLIN, July 14 (Reuters) - Morale among German analysts and investors weakened in July, a survey by ZEW think tank showed, but it said the Greek debt crisis and Chinese financial market volatility were not affecting the mood in Europe’s largest economy much.
Mannheim-based ZEW said its monthly survey showed economic sentiment slipping to 29.7 points from 31.5 in June. That came in slightly above the Reuters consensus forecast for a reading of 29.0.
A separate gauge of current conditions rose to 63.9 points from 62.9 points in June, confounding expectations for this index to drop to 60.0.
The index was based on a survey of 223 analysts and investors conducted between June 29 and July 13. (Reporting by Michelle Martin; Editing by Madeline Chambers)