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Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis, Implications on European Banks

by admin on November 17, 2012

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Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis, Implications on European Banking institutions

www.WorldSpreads.com WorldSpreads’ marketplace analysts Alastair McCaig comments on the Greek soveriegn financial debt crisis and the effect on some top French & German banking stocks. Plus Euro weakness. The ramifications for the Euro and Eurozone are important, with some French and German banks in direct line. Indices have presently been volatile, euro weakness and a lot more for these French & German banking shares.
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Spanish 10-Yr Bonds Rise a Second Day Greek Debt Advances
greek sovereign debt
Spain&#39s ten-year government bonds rose for a second day as the prospect of a bailout prevented borrowing charges from increasing even as the economic system worsened. The securities pared their fourth weekly decline. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is but to request support …

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