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U.S. Investors Continue to Express Doubt About European Debt Crisis

A new survey polling investors in the U.S., Hong Kong and Japan suggests that clients do not believe the resignation of leaders in Italy and Greece – along with proposed measures by Euro zone officials – will halt the European debt crisis.

In fact, 63 percent of U.S. respondents to the Monex Global Retail Investor survey, carried out by TradeStation Securities, Inc., say that turmoil over Europe’s sovereign debt will continue for at least another year. The survey’s most experienced traders take an even dimmer view, with 68 percent saying that resolution is at least a year away.

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