On his way into the Eurogroup meeting in Brussels this afternoon, Eurogroup head, Jeroen Dijsselbloem told journalists that Germany's concerns over possible treaty changes wouldn't stop progress towards creating a banking union to help support the troubled currency.

""Many of the building blocks for the banking union can be put in place. The issue of the treaty change can be addressed later on," said the Eurogroup Chair, adding, ""I think the Germans are p...

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