How can the eurozone be fixed?

Janet Henry, chief European economist, HSBC.

9th June, 2012
Janet Henry: ECB is already in shaky territory. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Janet Henry has been chief European economist at HSBC, the world's largest bank and the biggest company on the London stock market, since 2007 and has tracked the stresses in the eurozone since the beginning of the crisis.

She started life with HSBC in Hong Kong and worked through the Asia crisis there before returning to London to take up the global portfolio. She was in Dublin late last month for HSBC's client seminar, The Euro...

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