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Tue, 30 Jul, 2013 12:05:54 AM
FTimes News Desk, July 30
 
Investors' confidence in the fact that the euro area will remain united has increased considerably, according to a survey published on Monday. 
 
The research company Sentix conducted a survey that shows around 24 per cent of investors believes in at least one country to leave the single currency during the next year. A year ago the figure was 73 per cent, news agency STT reported quoting Reuters.
 
The survey was conducted among 888 investors. Last year, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s permission for the Central Bank to use "all possible means" to save the euro was the outcome of the survey. 
 
Fully assured investors do not take the eurozone, the July survey shows. The stability of the skeptics rose in June.
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