In the thrall of Greek debt negotiators

July 2015
Money Marketing;7/2/2015, Issue 1492, p31
The article discusses the implications of the Greek debt crisis for the retail financial services industry in Great Britain. Topics covered include the market's preferred option regarding Greece's retention in the Euro zone, the views of respected observers on the impact of the Greek debt talks on investor confidence and some of the deals in the domestic markets.


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