Tuesday November 24, 2020

Europe holds its breath for Greek result

European political leaders and central bankers are bracing themselves ahead of today's knife-edge Greek general election which may decide the country's future in the eurozone.

16th June, 2012
Alexis Tsipras, leader of the radical left party Syriza in Greece. Photo: Getty

European political leaders and central bankers are bracing themselves ahead of today's knife-edge Greek general election which may decide the country's future in the eurozone, writes Pat Leahy*.*

Teams of officials are on alert around Europe in preparation for the Greek result this evening, while eurozone finance ministers have scheduled a conference call tonight. Central banks around the world are also preparing for any fallout, with the European Central Bank preparing to provide massive liquidity...

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