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Survey – Investors believe in preserving the Eurozone News

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 | Economy

A mere eight percent of the approximately 1,000 surveyed investors expect the departure of a country from the monetary union in the coming twelve months, according to investment advice Sentix on Tuesday.
The barometer is now close to its record deadline of July 2014. "Although investors were not lacking in investor uncertainty, investors are surprisingly calm," said Sentix expert Manfred Hübner.
This is surprising in view of the fact that the highest German court, the Federal Constitutional Court, referred the practice of the European Central Bank (ECB) to the loan purchase program for review to the European Court of Justice.
Similarly, the decline in the Italian sub-index to just 4.6 per cent was also unexpected. "After all, Italy is increasingly dominated by forces that are viewed as being Euro-critical."
However, investors were wiping out all these issues at the moment, "as the eurozone is in a good state and in this environment a sustained flare-up of the crisis is apparently not considered possible." The maximum value of the barometer dates from July 2012, when Greece experienced major financial problems during the financial crisis.
(AWP)

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