New Zealand’s currency markets and share market will be the first to start trading this morning as talks to keep Greece within the Eurozone go down to the wire.
Greece needs to borrow around $122 billion New Zealand over three years, on top of around $387 billion it has already borrowed.
In exchange, there would have to be big pension cuts and tax increases.
Greece will need to get any deal through its parliament by Thursday New Zealand time.
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