Thursday, May 17, 2012

Europe Central Bank cuts Greek financial lifeline as fears of Eurozone exit loom

Global stocks have taken another fall on the increasingly likelihood that Greece will be forced to exit the Eurozone.

The European Central Bank has decided to temporarily stop lending to Greek banks to limit its exposure.

The currently jitters are set to worsen in the countdown to fresh Greek elections in mid-June.

Listen to my analysis of the breaking developments from this morning's edition of AM.

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