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A German high court decision on bailout funding and Greek coalition infighting this week threaten to derail the European Central Bank’s bid to wrest control over the euro area’s three-year-old crisis.

Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe will decide whether to suspend the 500 billion-euro ($639 billion) European Stability Mechanism on Sept. 12. In Athens, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’s governing partners balked at budget cuts demanded by the country’s so-called troika of creditors.

 

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