Early Headlines: Grexit May Be Near, World Bank President Endorses AIIB, Some Euro Junk Bonds now Under 2% and More

April 8th, 2015
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  • Spectre of Grexit back as cash runs out (Financial Times) Even if Greece is able to pay back a €450m loan to the International Monetary Fund on Thursday, it will struggle to make the big repayments due over the next few weeks unless it strikes a deal with its eurozone partners. And those partners want the stone to bleed.
  • Playing Poker With Putin: Greece’s Gamble (Bloomberg) What are the risks and benefits of a closer relationship between Greece and Russia?

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