Fear of euro-zone break-up takes hold

Almost half of respondents to this month’s Off The Record survey felt that the biggest credible threat to the global economy or financial markets in 2012 was the euro-zone break-up beginning to look inevitable. “The risk of a break-up has consequences impossible to oversee and hedge. It is not unlikely anymore,” said a Dutch fund.

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