LONDON (Reuters) - A switch from developed to emerging market stock indices could rekindle demand for Greek shares, although the crisis-hit euro zone state might sit uncomfortably among the fast-growing economies of Asia and Africa.
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While Cyprus’s President spent today in Brussels in last-ditch talks to stave off a banking collapse and secure a €10bn (£8.5bn) bailout, many Greek Cypriots were reassessing their ties with the eurozone.
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ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek bank deposits rose by more than 1.5 billion euros in March despite fears Cyprus's banking crisis would trigger deposit outflows in other indebted euro zone economies, Greece's central bank chief said.
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Feb. 26 - It’s an enormous mistake to think the euro zone crisis is over and no more reforms are needed but perhaps the Italian election will be a wakeup call says former Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt
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There is a strong case for Germany to make a definitive choice whether to accept eurobonds or to leave the euro• The speech in fullThe euro crisis has already transformed the European Union from a voluntary association of equal states into a creditor-debtor relationship from which there is no easy escape. The creditors stand to lose large sums should a member state exit the...
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By Martin Santa BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Cyprus and Malta have a lot in common: Mediterranean islands enjoying 10 months of sunshine a year, they joined the European Union in 2004, use the euro and have banking sectors that dwarf their economies. There are so many similarities that some investors have wondered whether Malta might follow Cyprus in needing a bailout to survive the...
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Q. Is an exit from the euro really a possibility?
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Though it may seem a little like stating the obvious to many, Moody's comments: While the risk of a euro exit by Cyprus is substantial... ...following the economic dislocation that will be caused by the restructuring of the island's two largest banks and the imposition of capital controls in the country, it is possible that the risk of euro exit will increase further. And so...
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Graziers at yesterday's cattle crisis summit in north-west Queensland have voiced disappointment over the swift exit by federal Agriculture Minister Joe Ludwig.
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European stocks and the euro were steady, but Greek stocks were weaker as investors continued to evaluate the situation in Cyprus.
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