[Ed. Note: Mommy, teacher says every time a central banker lies an archangel gets his wings.]
Greece’s central bank chief said Thursday the country’s banks will not face a liquidity shortage, despite fears of a brewing clash with the EU that could push the country out of the eurozone.
“There is absolutely no problem. We are completely in control,” Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras told reporters as finance ministers in Brussels debated a Greek demand for a six-month loan assistance.
Greece’s recently elected anti-austerity government wants a new deal with its European creditors that will enable it to address sweeping poverty in the country.
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