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Any deal will be old wine in a new bottle

A solution will be found for Greece, but it mightn’t be the radical deal Alexis Tsipras is hoping for

15th February, 2015
Megan Greene

Angry spats, friendly hugs, last-minute plot twists – the emergency meeting of Europe’s finance ministers on Thursday night to discuss Greece had them all. Greek government bond and equities markets have yo-yo’d over the past few weeks in line with the drama as investors have intermittently fretted that Greece might leave the eurozone, or rejoiced that a deal might be found to keep the country in. Don’t be fooled by all the posturing – a...

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