Greek fears still dominate market

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There is a great deal for the markets in Europe to digest as they look forward to the Greek elections on Sunday.

Spain is also likely to be the focus of attention again because its borrowing costs hit a record high on Thursday.

Italian borrowing costs are rising quickly as well and five Dutch banks have been downgraded and warned a Greek exit of the euro would see further cuts.

Experts are again warning that an urgent solution is required to restore confidence.

James Hughes from Alpari spoke to the BBC.

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