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Greek Bonds Fall on Political Risk as Disinflation Boosts Bunds

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Greek bonds fell, with the 10-year yield climbing the most since May 2012, amid speculation an early presidential election will trigger political turmoil in the nation that sparked the euro region’s debt crisis.

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Greek Bonds Extend Worst Week Since Euro Crisis

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The last time Greece’s bonds had this bad a week, the nation had just undergone the biggest debt restructuring in history, inconclusive elections had stoked concern it may exit the euro and Mario Draghi’s “whatever it takes” pledge was more than two months away.

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Greek Crisis 2.0? Not quite yet

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— Greek stocks and bonds have been hammered this week, a reminder of the bad old days of Europe's debt crisis when the very future of the euro currency was called into question.

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Black Tuesday in Greece as markets plummet amid election fears

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The Independent

Greek financial markets plummeted on Tuesday as investors took fright at the premier's decision to hold a no-confidence vote in his administration fuelling fresh political instability and fears of the radical Syriza party taking power.