How are you playing the eurozone crisis?



With the eurozone facing the greatest crisis in its history, should investors stay away or try and cash in?

It seems not a day goes by without the perilous situation in the eurozone taking another twist. The ongoing debt crisis dominates both the mainstream and financial news agendas. While the election of a Greek coalition government seems to have saved the embattled Mediterranean state from imminent euro extinction, the focus of attention has now shifted to Spain and Italy. Nobody quite knows how the eurozone situation will play out – making it a difficult investment call. So we ask some investment experts how they are playing the eurozone. Andy Merricks Skerritt Consultants head of ...

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