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A summer of discontent for Europe?

The economies of many eurozone countries remain fragile, with high unemployment and austerity measures causing public anger.

So could Europe be set for a new financial crisis and will the continent suffer a summer of discontent?

Bill Blaine is a strategist at Mint Partners. He told the BBC that the eurozone's problems were widespread and that "politicians and the electorate have lost patience".

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