Greece will stay in the euro despite on-going political instability as the potential economic fallout from its exit would significantly hit global markets, a fund manager has said.
Old Mutual Asset Managers' Kevin Lilley said "sanity would prevail" and headlines predicting Greece's exit would be proved wrong. He said: "Greece will stay in the euro zone. If it left the country...
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