Fate of eurozone rests in the hands of German judges
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Fate of eurozone rests in the hands of German judges

Karlsruhe : Germany | Sep 08, 2012 at 4:20 PM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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Winfried Rothermel/AP They have the potential to throw the stock exchange into turmoil, trigger frenzy on bond markets and bring down the German government. So the eyes and ears of the eurozone will be on the eight red-robed judges of Germany 's highest court this week when they deliver a long-awaited... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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Mario Draghi is expected to unveil measures to help ease pressure on the countries worst-hit on the bond markets
Mario Draghi is expected to unveil measures to help ease pressure on the countries worst-hit on the bond markets
 
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