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Possible Greek Default Worries European Politicians

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Deepening concerns that debt-troubled Greece might default — and increasingly strident comments by several politicians in Germany about that possibility — helped send European markets sharply lower Monday. One German politician said it can't be ruled out that Greece might have to leave the eurozone. French banks — which are heavily exposed to the Greek debt — were particularly hard hit Monday, with some leading banks down more than 10 percent.
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