Global markets have seen volatile trade in the last 24 hours. European stock indices rose in the early part of their session as investors celebrate the announcement of a Cypriot bailout. The celebrations were short lived. Market turned south after Eurogroup Chairman Dijsselbloem suggested that the Cypriot deal should be used as a template for future Eurozone bank "bail-ins". Previously rhetoric from officials had made the point that the Cypriot measures, particularly around depositors, were unique and a 'one off'.
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