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A Greek flag flies as thick smoke from a forest fire rises a few miles east of Athens August 25, 2007. (REUTERS/YIORGOS KARAHALIS/REUTERS/YIORGOS KARAHALIS)
A Greek flag flies as thick smoke from a forest fire rises a few miles east of Athens August 25, 2007. (REUTERS/YIORGOS KARAHALIS/REUTERS/YIORGOS KARAHALIS)

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Markets sink Investors were in a foul mood today, driving down stocks and commodities amid concerns over the economic outlook and a looming debt swap in Greece. Until this week, markets had been generally rallying since mid-December and actions then by the European Central Bank.

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