What if the euro imploded? Six trade ideas

March 3, 2017 By John Geddie and Jemima Kelly LONDON (Reuters) – Frexit, Grexit or jitters about Quitaly – existential threats to the euro are remote but investors are still looking for clever ways to protect themselves against the risk of a euro dropout. Pricing in arcane reaches of bond markets and elsewhere shows investors are not taking chances. Headlines have focused on France, where far-right candidate Marine Le Pen has promised to take France out of the euro zone in the event she surprises and wins the presidential election….

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