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European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, left, speaks with Spanish Finance Minister Luis De Guindos on Monday. The ECB has increased its influence over European countries struggling with debt. Georges Gobet/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The European Central Bank's Guide To Influence
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks with European Central Bank President Mario Draghi (left) and Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti (right) during the summit of European leaders in Brussels. Bertrand Langlois /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Elias Tilligadas and Katerina Margeritou are getting married next week. Nikolia Apostolou/NPR hide caption

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An Austerity Wedding, With No Money For A Dress
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Angel Borges, matchmaker. Chana Joffe-Walt/NPR hide caption

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Spain's Bank Matchmaker On What Went Wrong
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Three Ways To Stop A Bank Run
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This photo dated October 24th, 1929, shows a view of people rushing to a saving bank in Millbury, Massachusetts as the stock market on Wall Street crashed, sparking a run on banks that spread across the country. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Three Ways To Stop A Bank Run
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In Paris on Sunday, supporters of newly elected president Francois Hollande celebrated. Joel Saget /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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