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Transatlantic moral hazard

17 June 2011 By Agnes Crane

Many U.S. financial players have slashed even indirect exposure to Greece. But money market funds haven’t got the whole message. Perhaps reassured by euro zone bailouts, they still lend $360 bln to European banks. It’s one way a Greek default could yet rock U.S. markets.

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