Again? Don't they mean "still." When did we really stop worrying about this? Looks like a long day on the US stock markets today.
German benchmark borrowing costs fell below 2 per cent to all-time lows while Italy’s shot up as worries about the eurozone debt crisis and the fragility of banks once more intensified. European lenders bore the brunt of a broad-based sell-off across equity markets while the cost of insuring bank and government debt hit record highs as investors fled from risky assets to safer ones.Fears rise again over Europe debt crisis - FT.com