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How 'vision' messed up Europe Simon Kuper
One gloomy February evening in 1998 I was writing the FT's currency market report. Nothing had happened that day, and I was 150 words short.
The EU's handling of the Greek crisis risks helping the 'better-off-outers'  
European bonds and stocks on the defensive before tight Greek vote  
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... • Two new polls are both neck-and-neck for Sunday's referendum • Banks paralysed as money running out • Greek banks down to €500m in cash reserves as economy crashes • Food and medicine shortages may hit tourists in Greece 'within days'
The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority resolves criminal cases nearly 25 percent faster than it did four years ago, as the regulator's prosecution experience has grown.
A NO vote in Sunday's referendum in Greece would “test” the defences established in the UK and Europe against financial instability spreading, the deputy governor of the Bank of England has warned.
Eurozone business activity rose at its fastest pace in four years in June, boosted by higher spending by consumers and businesses, a survey has indicated.
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