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Greek crisis drags euro, global stocks, oil lower

Traders from Interactive Investor look at their computer screens in their office in Glasgow, Scotland May 8, 2012. Uncertainty over the implications of the Greek and French elections for Europe's efforts to resolve its debt crisis sent the euro and shares lower on Tuesday and supported safe-haven German government bonds. REUTERS/David Moir

Traders from Interactive Investor look at their computer screens in their office in Glasgow, Scotland May 8, 2012. Uncertainty over the implications of the Greek and French elections for Europe's efforts to resolve its debt crisis sent the euro and...more

Traders from Interactive Investor look at their computer screens in their office in Glasgow, Scotland May 8, 2012. Uncertainty over the implications of the Greek and French elections for Europe's efforts to resolve its debt crisis sent the euro and shares lower on Tuesday and supported safe-haven German government bonds. REUTERS/David Moir
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A trader reacts at his desk in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange. REUTERS/Alex Domanski

A trader reacts at his desk in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange. REUTERS/Alex Domanski

A trader reacts at his desk in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
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