Employees of the Stock Exchange look ata display board showing losses for Greek shares in Athens, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. Greece's Piraeus Bank reached an agreement Tuesday to buy the Greek operations of three Cypriot banks for euro524 million ($678 million). Despite the deal, the Athens Stock Exchange was down 5.5 percent on Tuesday as traders returned to their desk following a long weekend. Many European markets, particularly those at the forefront of Europe's debt crisis fell sharply Monday amid worries that big bank deposits may be raided in future financial bailouts. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)

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Employees of the Stock Exchange look ata  display board showing losses for Greek shares in Athens, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. Greece's Piraeus Bank reached an agreement Tuesday to buy the Greek operations of three Cypriot banks for euro524 million ($678 million). Despite the deal, the Athens Stock Exchange was down 5.5 percent on Tuesday as traders returned to their desk following a long weekend. Many European markets, particularly those at the forefront of Europe's debt crisis fell sharply Monday amid worries that big bank deposits may be raided in future financial bailouts. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
Employees of the Stock Exchange look ata display board showing losses for Greek shares in Athens, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. Greece's Piraeus Bank reached an agreement Tuesday to buy the Greek operations of three Cypriot banks for euro524 million ($678 million). Despite the deal, the Athens Stock Exchange was down 5.5 percent on Tuesday as traders returned to their desk following a long weekend. Many European markets, particularly those at the forefront of Europe's debt crisis fell sharply Monday amid worries that big bank deposits may be raided in future financial bailouts. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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