Stock markets flash red with investors gripped by fears of run on European banks
Stock market screens across Europe were flashing red again today as downgrades for Spanish banks, Santander UK and for Greek debt sparked fears of a run on banking deposits in those countries.
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Since: Sep 11
#1 May 18, 2012
EU need economy-defense-political union, need common government elected from all EU-citizens, and euro need to unite with dollar.
Not loose other time!
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