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Greece strike overshadows credit rating lift

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 01:30

Dec. 19 - Public sector workers walked out over austerity measures and thousands of planned job cuts while S&P upgraded Greece's credit rating after bailout money was pumped into the ailing economy . Joanne Nicholson reports.

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The Greek Catholic into the embarking on another round spending cuts laying off thousands in the public -- to the people who paint content. And many confused about has the latest tranche of an -- laying out look who's back on track. A human being I'm unemployed I have teach children in any my husband lacks with a reduced wage and we have a nine. The bailout just for the state and I don't know when this guy is going to come or it will come until. They keep saying about Christ but I can't see any great I've been looking for what -- is and cannot find anything. Police cordons to win tonight that they support him in humans on Monday. You know and I am confident that -- to release -- -- principle of heat and debts to cost it's bitten. And Greece's sovereign credit rating was raised to B minus by standard imposed. -- -- -- trading on the Athens stock exchange that some on the list and think the bond markets will be halted by the great. Their ratings agencies have -- a little bit irrelevant at the moment. Given that a very few people what told long term Greek debt at the moment. I'm not it's been the issue over the last few years -- -- the -- and trying to close our exposure to Greek debt so committed a bit late in the day coming. Huge season and does still have control people fool shall Tony commitment to reining in spending. The coalition he's -- -- and some which decisions are going to be challenged in the heat -- And Greece's economy is expected to slam for sixty years an event in 25 and.

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Greece strike overshadows credit rating lift

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 01:30