Turbulence and anxiety in the Eurozone have helped make this a volatile week on the markets. Global central banks are bracing themselves for worse and are moving to avert market panic ahead of the Greek election. Reports say they're preparing to take coordinated action to help banks by pumping in funds.
Markets Encouraged By Plans To Calm Eurozone Panic
Fri, June 15, 2012 8:00am
Story by Philip Reeves
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