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Greece Secures $170 Billion Bailout From Eurozone

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Greece Secures $170 Billion Bailout From Eurozone

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Greece Secures $170 Billion Bailout From Eurozone

Greece Secures $170 Billion Bailout From Eurozone

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Greece is getting a second bailout worth more than $170 billion. While there's more confidence the debt crisis is now better contained, analysts say there's not a lot of confidence Greece will see growth any time soon.

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Greece has now secured its second bailout, worth more than $170 billion. But markets in Europe were down today. While there is more confidence the debt crisis is now better contained, analysts say there's not a lot of confidence Greece will see growth any time soon.

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