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No to Greek fudge

Greece needs a positive shock

Reeling and rudderless

BBC shows how not to manage a crisis

No need for corpses

Scardino exit reignites FT sale speculation

Hugo Dixon: Confidence tricks for Europe

Hugo Dixon outlines the quick fixes that Europe needs to calm markets

Not looking good

Publication of a Timothy Geithner memo has put the Bank of England in a tight spot. Geithner, then president of the New York Federal Reserve, wrote to Mervyn King, the BoE governor, in June 2008 proposing reforms to prevent “deliberate ...

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