Dec 12, 2015

Fears over Banco Espírito Santo trigger stocks sell-off -

Fears about one of Portugal’s biggest banks led to a sharp sell off across European financial markets on Thursday, forcing bankers to pull bond and equity issues and testing the resilience of this year’s rally in eurozone shares. Greece had to scale

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