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A Eurozone that has lost its bearings in a world without certainties


A year ago, most financial analysts believed that the real surprises in 2014 were going to come from the eurozone. After years of neurotic, searing crises that seriously endangered the survival of the euro, a comeback was now on the cards. Well, twelve months on and the euro sector is still in the same perilous predicament.

A year ago, most financial analysts believed that the real surprises in 2014 were going to come from the eurozone. After years of neurotic, searing crises that seriously endangered the survival of the euro, a comeback was now on the cards. Well, twelve months on and the euro sector is still in the same perilous predicament.

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