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23rd June, 2012

After a close general election in Greece last Sunday, a governing coalition of pro-bailout parties was formed, sidelining Syriza to the opposition benches and allaying, for the moment, market fears of an imminent eurozone break-up.

That isn't to say nervousness has abated. The G20 meeting in Los Cabos, Mexico was dominated by euro talk, with one rescue rumour after another leaking out of the conclave - only to be rubbished by a German just as...

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