The way Eurozone markets seem to work is like this: When there are headlines, things get blown to bits. When there aren’t headline, markets do better. It’s just a matter of the news-cycle.
So good news: There’s a good chance that today will be light on Greek headlines.
Why? Because the main paper that breaks all the stories — Kathimerini — has joined a 24-hour general strike across the country.
Look at the caption (and the last line) of their lead story.
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