Cyprus' financial crisis hits Greek financial stocks, but no signs of bank runs
ATHENS, Greece — Banks stocks fell sharply on the Athens Stock Exchange on Tuesday, as trading resumed for the first time in Greece since Cyprus announced a shock plan to seize a part of bank deposits. There were no signs of bank runs, however.
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