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Euro slips, markets' eyes on Greece

Thursday, June 16, 2011 - 01:12

June 17 - The euro slips as Asian markets remain unsure that Greece can dodge a default bullet. Toshi Maeda reports.

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The uterus slipped on Friday with Asian markets to logically I'm convinced that means you've got to keep. People we've got political stability in Athens. We -- prime minister struggling to form a coalition government to push through unpopular austerity reforms. Greece's debt crisis has become a focal point for investors in Asia. Efforts by the European Union to soothe markets overnight -- expectations for twelve billion Euro loan to Greece had feted by the start of the Asian session. Either asleep back against the dollar toward adults 42 Japan's Nikkei stock index declined an oil prices lead back to read. After steady -- of negative headlines in Greece investors are cautious ahead of a cabinet reshuffle in Athens later Friday. The Nikkei failed two point 6% -- the weakness in blue chip stocks such as auto maker Honda dragging down index to the lowest in three months. And SCI index of Asia Pacific shares outside of Japan edged down a half percent with the tech sector by and far the biggest drag on the index. To a -- Reuters.

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Euro slips, markets' eyes on Greece

Thursday, June 16, 2011 - 01:12