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August 17th, 2018 at 12:03 am

Brussels

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Greece is still not confirmed that he will receive the money from the IMF, Brussels and its partners in the euro to avoid bankruptcy, but the markets have chosen today to give a vote of confidence – moderate – to the EU and the eurozone in its race to overcome the crisis. Although there was no agreement on aid to Athens, investors have received with relief the decision of member countries to put black on white that the new rescue mechanism will include a voluntary participation by banks and that European funds where does the money for troubled countries will have in the future more financial capacity and greater flexibility than expected. As a result, European stock markets have halved losses suffered throughout the morning and pressure against the debt of Spain and Italy in the debt markets has stabilized at the same levels in which closed Friday. Source of the news:: markets granted a respite to Spain and Italy.

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