Eurozone crisis is a 'bomb about to explode', says Neil Record

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The eurozone crisis is a bomb that could still explode, and should be dominating everyone's thinking if it is to be contained and resolved, according to Neil Record, founder and chairman of Record Currency Management.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with FX Week, Record explains his ongoing concerns about the eurozone crisis, following his prediction as early as 1995 that the currency union would struggle to survive.

"Today the euro is, in my opinion, mortally wounded. When I originally wrote

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