Another Poll Shows Investors Overwhelmingly Expect Greece To Leave The Euro

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Guesses about Greece’s fate in the euro are all over the map.Here’s a client survey from SocGen:

Survey of client expectations: 74.6% though that Greece would leave the Eurozone. However, 95%
thought that the EUR would still survive as a currency. Those expecting a state to leave the Eurozone expected between 1.62 and 1.72 countries to leave within a year. Greece seems to be the prime candidate, with hesitations on Portugal and for a few Spain. The majority of investors are looking to
buy above EUR/USD 1.18.

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