On the most recent Motley Fool Money radio show, I interviewed David Kuo from Motley Fool UK and host of the popular podcast Money Talk With David Kuo. In this audio segment, David shares his perspective on the debt crisis in Europe and analyzes how the bond bubble has some countries in the EU offering negative interest rates. As David points out, things have gotten to the point that investors are overlooking big dividend-paying companies such as Nestle and Swiss-based pharmaceutical company Roche.
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