Euro zone crisis hits markets – Washington Post


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Euro zone crisis hits markets
Washington Post
ATHENS — Europe's economic woes escalated Friday as fears mounted over troubled Spanish banks and after the credit rating agency Fitch further downgraded Greece's debt, citing heightened concern the country may be forced to leave the euro.
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  2. [...] of economic stress from an asset allocation perspective and via underlying fund managers has proved prudent. Fund managers have been able to maintain a zero weighting to Greece and a substantial underweight [...]

  3. [...] of economic stress from an asset allocation perspective and via underlying fund managers has proved prudent. Fund managers have been able to maintain a zero weighting to Greece and a substantial underweight [...]

  4. [...] of economic stress from an asset allocation perspective and via underlying fund managers has proved prudent. Fund managers have been able to maintain a zero weighting to Greece and a substantial underweight [...]