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    Nrn abares outlook toward its economic environment.”

    The Bank warned that the debt crisis was likely to continue and “the euro zone’s political and economic landscape will remain challenging.”

    “Although there is no need to panic in the market today, the outlook for the eurozone is more precarious than it has been since the global financial crisis began in 2007, and policymakers must avoid the risk that financial markets would have been less lenient over potential government support than they have been in response to the banking crisis.”

    The Bank reiterated that it was concerned about further risk-induced volatility, rising interest rates and concerns about global policy and fiscal policy.

    The euro zone economy contracted 0.2 percent in the third quarter, while the country’s exports shrank 0.9 percent and the value of its bank debt rose 4.2 percent.

    The data was expected to be published on Monday.

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    Barry Solyanov, Chief European Economist at Capital Economics, says that despite the continued deterioration of the euro zone’s competitiveness, the crisis has had little impact on the financial markets.

    “The impact is that the uncertainty is now over and the euro zone’s economies are on solid footing and the risk appetite, that is the current risk appetite, is quite high and that has not affected the stock of capital positions.”

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    Barry Solyanov, Chief European Economist at Capital Economics, warns that the ECB’s announcement that it would be open to the participation of smaller banks also points to the need to re-consider the scale of their role in the banking system.

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    He adds that the bank could have a role in providing some liquidity by providing a “substantial supply of credit from some bank of it

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