Greece Bailout: Europe Gives $17 Billion To Avoid Default

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Euro zone finance ministers confirmed Friday that they would announce the release of a $17.4 billion, or €12 billion, installment of aid for Greece on Saturday, buying the country time to avoid an immediate default.

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