FX Week Europe: Disaster in the eurozone still plausible, warns Neil Record

Neil Record at FX Week Europe 2012
Neil Record, Record Currency Management

The determination of eurozone member states to keep the currency union together in its current format could ultimately lead to a disorderly and potentially violent exit of one or more member countries, despite the market's perception that such risks have receded, a senior currency manager has warned.

Speaking at FX Week Europe in London earlier this week, Neil Record, founder and chairman of Record Currency Management, said current economic and monetary policies, particularly in southern

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