Now 72% Of Investors Say The Eurozone Won't Last The Decade

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Bloomberg just published a really depressing poll regarding Europe.

72% of investors expect at least one country to leave the Eurozone by 2020.

59% expect a departure by 2016. 11% expect a departure in the next year.

Then there are the PIIGS.

A majority of investors said Greece and Ireland will default. They were split on Portugal and optimistic on Spain.

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