Nervous markets subject Greek stocks and bonds to a hammering

Economy Tags: Markets
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Photo by Can Esenbel [http://www.mundanepleasure.com/]

In the wake of discussions about an early Greek bailout exit and increasing evidence that Greece could be heading to early elections, the Athens Stock Exchange remained extremely nervous on Wednesday tumbling by 6.3 percent at the closing.

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