GREEKS go to the polls tomorrow with the weight of the world on their shoulders.
The future of the eurozone rests in their hands. Economies and societies across the globe depend on their ability to make near-impossible choices wisely. That's one story, at any rate.
It's not a false tale, not as such. The Bank of England is not preparing two new stimulus packages just to save George Osborne's face. Sir Mervyn King, the bank's Governor, is preparing for another financial sector crisis, perhaps one worse than the last. Britain's banks are stashing their cash for fear of foreign losses. So Sir Mervyn is acting to avert, at the very least, another credit crunch.
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