As the crisis in Europe worsens, wealthy individuals are putting their net worth to work with aid programs.
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U.S. consumers who think interest rates are too low might have some new company in Europe now that another interest rate is chopped.
Some advisers fear that investors will lose opportunities to preserve and grow their wealth by avoiding all risk and seeking safety in cash.
This week the debt crisis in Europe increasingly featured Italy in addition to the already-fraught economies of Greece, Ireland and Portugal. The increased possibility of Italy as a potential debt defaulter alarmed many as the Italian economy is the third largest in Europe. The country’s tenuous financial position was thrown into stark relief after a