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Ireland will avoid bankruptcy say investors

Ireland will avoid bankruptcy, according to 58 per cent of global investors surveyed.

29th September, 2011

Ireland will avoid bankruptcy, according to 58 per cent of global investors surveyed by Bloomberg. Four months ago a similar Bloomberg survey found that a majority of those questioned believed Ireland would go bust.

According to the quarterly global poll of 1,031 investors, analysts and traders, Europe’s debt crisis may spark an economic slump, a financial meltdown and social unrest in the next year. 72 per cent predicted a country will abandon the euro as a...

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