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Contagion fears go global; govts try to calm storm

ATHENS/LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks worldwide plunged as fears about Greece's debt crisis went global, with investors seeing it as an omen of turmoil in other European economies and governments struggling to calm markets.

Greece backs austerity plan but euro, U.S. stocks fall

ATHENS/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Greek parliament backed an austerity plan on Thursday despite violent unrest but European Central Bank inaction pushed the euro sharply lower and contributed to sharp losses on Wall Street.

Greece backs austerity plan but euro, U.S. stocks fall

ATHENS/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Greek parliament backed an austerity plan on Thursday despite violent unrest, as European Central Bank inaction on the nation's debt crisis helped to trigger major falls in the euro and on Wall Street.

Governments try to calm global fears over Greece

ATHENS/LONDON (Reuters) - Governments around the world sought on Friday to calm financial markets hit by fears that Greece's debt crisis could cause turmoil in other European economies.

Contagion fears go global; govts try to calm storm

ATHENS/LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks worldwide plunged as fears about Greece's debt crisis went global, with investors seeing it as an omen of turmoil in other European economies and governments struggling to calm markets.

Contagion fears go global; govts try to calm storm

ATHENS/LONDON (Reuters) - Governments around the world sought to calm markets after fears about Greece's debt crisis went global, with investors seeing it as an omen of turmoil in other European economies.

EU works on mechanism to stop Greek crisis spreading

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union officials were working out the details of a financial support mechanism on Saturday to prevent Greece's debt turmoil spreading to Portugal and Spain, ready for approval by EU finance ministers on Sunday.

EU works on mechanism to stop Greek crisis spreading

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union officials were working out the details of a financial support mechanism on Saturday to prevent Greece's debt turmoil spreading to Portugal and Spain, ready for approval by EU finance ministers on Sunday.

Governments try to ease global fears over Greece

BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - Governments around the world tried on Friday to calm financial markets shaken by fears that Greece's debt crisis could cause difficulties for other European economies.

EU works on mechanism to stop Greek crisis spreading

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union officials were working out the details of a financial support mechanism on Saturday to prevent Greece's debt turmoil spreading to Portugal and Spain, ready for approval by EU finance ministers on Sunday.