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The Federal Reserve is concerned that the euro zone debt crisis could "eventually hinder the ability of European banks to fund loans and meet other financial obligations in the U.S." Read more»

Schools and government offices were closed, ports and public transit were disrupted and hospitals were only offering emergency care as parliament prepared to debate new austerity measures for debt-saddled Greece. Read more»

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A protest against austerity measures in Greece.

Europe needs more than an aid package. It needs an aggressive growth agenda coupled with effective tools to manage economic divergence. Only then will the potential gains from a common currency be reaped. Read more»

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