World stocks subdued as Cyprus vote looms
U.S. News & World Report
Stock markets dropped around the world Monday as jitters intensified over an agreement between cash-strapped Cyprus and its lenders to fund a 15.8 billion euros ($20.4 billion) rescue plan by taxing deposits in the country's banks. The country's ...
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