Borrowers may cheer the increasing likelihood that the Greek panic will result in the ECB leaving rates on hold for months to come – but their comfort may be short lived.
Despite ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet’s efforts to soothe markets last week – the bank left eurozone interest rates unchanged for the 12th month in a row – there was little he could do to quell the surge in borrowing costs facing banks – and...
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