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Investors hedging against Greece, but there's no panic

Athens says government "may very well" quit if it fails to get its way in Sunday's make-or-break referendum
Friday, July 3, 2015 - 05:50

The stamp of the electoral committee is seen with other voting materials on a ballot box during preparations at a warehouse ahead of the Greek referendum in Thessaloniki on Thursday.

New York

GLOBAL investors are hedged against a potential exit of Greece from the eurozone ahead of Sunday's referendum, but they're not betting on a huge fallout in financial markets even if there is a negative outcome.

Currency, bond, and equity investors have turned defensive,

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