NEW YORK - The Euro, Europe's single currency that was meant to unite 11 countries into a single financial market as of January 1, has changed portfolio managers' strategies but has had negligible affect on unifying Europe's $2 trillion mutual fund business.

That was the consensus of panelists at a symposium here last week on the Global Money Management Industry sponsored by Putnam, Lovell, de Guardiola & Thornton of San Francisco.

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