Structured products market in Greece stabilises ahead of debt sustainability talks

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Calmer waters in Greece ahead of troika decision

While fears about the economic future of Greece continue, the structured products market is signalling more confidence that troika officials from the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund will reach an agreement over the country's debt refinancing, thereby quelling the risk of eurozone exit and currency redenomination, say bankers in Athens.

Gidon Kessel, head of wealth management at Citi in Athens, says there was a huge spike in sales of structured products

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