Markets rebounded on news that the EU and IMF have agreed a bailout fund for crisis-hit eurozone nations. EU commissioner for economic and monetary affairs Olli Rehn (pictured) said it, "proves that we shall defend the euro whatever it takes".
"In the short term markets will be reassured"
Eurozone heads of state agree to create stabilisation funds
tracking the euro zone debt crisis
- Greek crisis spreads to banks - June 17th (part 2)
- Greek crisis spreads to banks - June 17th
- Greek crisis, the contagion (part 2)
- Greek crisis, the contagion
- My big fat Greek bailout - but will Europe pay? (part 2)
- My big fat Greek bailout - but will Europe pay?
- Athens seeks second EU bailout
- Greece: to restructure or not to restructure?
- Lisbon bailout: blessing or burden?
- Portugal enters bailout talks with EU and IMF
- Portugal borrowing cost skyrockets as bailout looms
- Eurozone finance chair predicts Portugal will avoid bailout
- Sarkozy, Merkel call for eurozone summit, tighter regulation
- Business leaders cautiously optimistic for euro zone
- Doubt lingers despite EU rescue fund deal
- Moody's rating agency downgrades Ireland's credit ranking
- EU leaders agree on rescue fund for future debt crises
Date created : 2010-05-10