Cyprus Teeters on Brink, Faces Cutoff for ECB Aid

March 24 (Bloomberg) -- European governments battled to save Cyprus from financial ruin, seeking to prevent the woes of the euro area’s third-smallest economy from reviving the debt crisis and rattling markets. Zeb Eckert provides an update on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

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