Eu Strikes $670 Billion Crisis Deal

EU strikes $670 billion crisis deal

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union agreed on a 500 billion-euro ($670 billion) emergency fund in the early hours of Monday to protect highly indebted eurozone countries from the "wolfpack" of financial markets.

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