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ECB to Keep Pumping Money While Greek , Italian Woes Threaten Eurozone

As the national economies of Italy and Greece are still facing substantial risks in the form of banking sector volatility and public debt concerns, the European Central Bank’s monetary policy is becoming an increasingly divisive issue, threatening to break the Eurozone apart. Kristian Rouz – The European Central Bank (ECB) might have to keep its ultra-accommodative monetary policies in place …

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Global shares, euro slide on Portugal political crisis

(Reuters) – Global equity markets slid on Wednesday on worries over signs of slowing growth in China and deepening political turmoil in Portugal, where talks over the government’s future weighed on the euro and threatened to reignite the euro zone crisis. U.S. stocks bucked the trend, however, rising in a shortened session ahead of the Independence Day holiday after see-sawing on news …

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