Klaus Regling, head of the rescue fund for debt-laden euro countries, said financial markets have regained trust in the euro as the currency bloc has reached “a turning point,” Der Standard reported, citing an interview.
“The situation and the problems of the euro have changed significantly,” Regling was quoted as saying. “Markets do not believe anymore that the euro could disappear,” Regling said, according to the report.
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