It could be another Eurozone-focused day.
We had the Moody’s warning about Spain, more talk about a stability mechanism at the ECB, and of course protests There are always protests in Europe, the only question is what country they’re in, and today’s it’s Greece.
According to Bloomberg, anti-austerity protesting has shut down government services and transportation.
Here’s a pic from a source of the main square in Athens in front of parliament:
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