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Europe Weekly: Cyprus rejects Eurogroup plan but leaves Moscow empty-handed
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Cyprus is at risk of having to leave the euro after rejecting the proposal put forward by the Eurogroup. Despite two days of talks in Moscow, Russia offers no support.

How does this affect the attitudes of investors towards the European banking sector and is it considered safe?

A look at these issues and more in this edition of Europe Weekly.

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