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The Continent’s troubles could prove fertile ground for distressed investors, but timing will be tricky.
By David Turner Europe’s debt crisis is bad news for many investors, but for distressed funds looking to scoop up assets at bargain prices, it may have spawned the opportunity of a lifetime. European banks are eager to shed distressed assets and trim their balance sheets, and the yawning gap
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