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In Lehman's terms

17 June 2011 By George Hay

Greek turmoil has raised fears of the kind of financial contagion that followed the Wall Street firm’s collapse in 2008. But interbank rates are lower today, as is borrowing from the European Central Bank. Though a messy Greek default would hurt banks, strains are not as obvious.

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