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Tsipras optimistic about Greek debt deal

19th June, 2015

Greeks pulled more than €1 billion out of their banks in a single day, banking sources said on Friday, as the country edged closer to the brink of default despite upbeat remarks from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

With less than two weeks left before Greece will default on an IMF loan unless the government reaches a deal with creditors, financial markets fear the authorities may have to impose capital controls to prevent savers from emptying...

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