With talks on Greece essentially deadlocked at the moment, it is unlikely that global markets will stabilize before mid-March at the earliest, assuming a new Greek bailout deal can be reached. Like the series of previous EU debt agreements, any new short-term deal will only gloss over long-term structural problems plaguing the eurozone. In this analysis, the prospects for a deal are explored as well as how investors will likely respond.
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