IMF Adds To Greece Worries

Investor's Business Daily
June 2015
Investors Business Daily;6/1/2015, pA01
8 In an interview with German media, IMF chief Christine Lagarde appeared to acknowledge the potential for a Greek exit from the eurozone, as talks between Athens and creditors drag on with no deal in sight. Another payment to the IMF is due June 5, and the bailout pact expires June 30. ECB data showed deposits at Greek banks in April fell to their lowest level in more than 10 years.


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