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Controlled aggression

7 July 2015 By George Hay, Neil Unmack

The euro zone central bank has forced Greek lenders to put up more collateral to access emergency loans. That reflects the increased risks of Greece leaving the single currency. But the move looks calibrated to keep the banks afloat while the country seeks a last-ditch rescue.

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