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After Grexit

3 February 2015 By Neil Unmack

Bonds issued by the euro zone’s weaker nations have been immune to the Greek crisis. The European Central Bank’s new quantitative easing may limit the fallout for now. Yet Europe’s crisis defences aren’t perfect, and the trauma from a Greek exit would be serious. 

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