Your Money: Eurozone shares have some appeal
Paul McCarville of Clarus Investment gives his views on the coming year for the markets and the global economy.
The most obvious uncertainty affecting savers and investors is a euro break-up and, since that is as much in the realm of politics as economics, there is no knowing how it will play out.
The generally strong desire that the euro should continue has now collided with an immense debt crisis. The 'solution', which would see richer countries put their accumulated wealth and future tax revenues on the line for the debts of others, can...
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