Investor fears of euro zone break-up ease in Sept

Investors' concerns about a possible disintegration of the euro zone in the next year eased in September, helped by the European Central Bank's pledge to buy ailing states' bonds, a survey showed on Monday.

8th October, 2012
Investor fears of euro zone break-up ease in Sept
Fewer investors now expect a Greek exit from the euro zone

Investors' concerns about a possible disintegration of the euro zone in the next year eased in September, helped by the European Central Bank's pledge to buy ailing states' bonds, a survey showed on Monday.

Sentix research group's Euro-Break-up Index fell for a second straight month to show 51.9 per cent of investors expected at least one country to quit the single currency bloc within the next 12 months, down from 61.9 per cent in August.

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