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The feeling probably is mutual.
Mohamed A. El-Erian
Greece’s dramatic decision to close its banks and impose capital controls has averted -- at huge cost to the economy -- a bank run and limited the flight of euros out of the country. A perilous week still remains ahead.
QuickTake Greece's Fiscal Odyssey