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Greek banks rebound as Athens clarifies remarks

Initial comments made by new ministers about increasing minimum wage, halting privatisations due to inexperience: deputy prime minister

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Within 48 hours of the appointment of an anti-bailout Cabinet, stocks in Athens fell to lows not seen since the peak of the debt crisis.

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GREEK bank stocks rebounded as the government moved to contain the fall-out from pledges made by its ministers, seeking to downplay the prospect of an imminent clash with creditors.

Within 48 hours of the appointment of an anti-bailout Cabinet under Prime Minister Alex

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