Likelihood of Grexit diminishes ahead of troika review

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The likelihood Greece could be forced to exit the eurozone appears to have diminished considerably ahead of the troika review of Greek finances scheduled for this month, with analysts agreeing it would be a disaster if European lenders failed to agree to new terms to help Greece stay within the currency union.

The troika, which is made up of officials from the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank (ECB), will decide whether Greece has made enough

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