The rebound in the euro and European stocks last week may prove short-lived in the face of increasing pessimism over the region’s debt, if money-market and derivative trading are any indication.
Most U.K. stocks rose as China said it will help resolve Europe’s debt crisis and the leaders of Greece’s two biggest political parties gave written commitments to austerity measures to obtain further financial aid.
"Management appear to be losing control of this business and do not know what to do."
- Louise Cooper on Dec 09, 2014
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