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Waiting for Clarity and Action in the Euro Zone

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Tue, 12 Jun 2012

  Summary Poor economic data and the collapse of a Spanish bank have kept the pressure on Europe and the financial markets. We believe Greece will stay in the euro and the EU. Europe wants Greece to stay; Greece will only leave if the Greeks want to—and they appear to want to stay in. Germany is pr

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