The eurozone crisis is rumbling on despite a pledge of support for Greece from Germany and France.
German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Nicolas Sarkozy quelled fears that Greece could be forced out of the eurozone, referring to the beleaguered country as "integral".
In response Greece confirmed it would attempt to meet implement austerity measures in exchange for the European Union/International Monetary Fund bailout.
However growth forecasts in the eurozone are still expected to be cut.
Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics professor and former member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee, tells MPs to make contingency plans in case of a second downturn linked to the eurozone crisis.
William Rhodes, former head of Citigroup, warns that the moment for saving the eurozone may already have passed.
Zhu Min, International Monetary Fund deputy managing director, urges politicians to take decisive action on eurozone.
Tim Geithner, US treasury secretary, speaks about German chancellor Angela Merkel's commitment to avoiding full-blown financial crisis in the eurozone.
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