Tsipras: Won’t Be Clash or Kowtowing With Creditors

Jan. 29 -- Greek bank stocks rebounded as the government moved to contain the fallout from pledges made by its ministers, seeking to downplay the prospect of an imminent clash with creditors. Bloomberg’s Michael McKee reports on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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