Greece will stay in the eurozone, says Deutsche’s FX strategy head

Euro sign outside the European Central Bank in Frankfurt

As Greece's recent inconclusive parliamentary elections pose increased uncertainty over whether the country might be forced to leave the eurozone, Deutsche Bank yesterday signalled its belief that the country will remain a part of the currency union.

According to Alan Ruskin, Deutsche's global head of G-10 foreign exchange strategy in New York, two major factors make a Greek exit less likely than some have suggested. Firstly, European banks still have substantial exposure to Greece, which would

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