Greek drachmas

  • 05 Mar 1999
Market commentary:

Compiled by Jim Webber, TD Securities, London

Tel: +44 171 282 8216

Developments over the past week have slightly eroded the market's high level of confidence that Greece would succeed by year end in meeting the inflation targets needed to ensure convergence with the euro bloc.

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