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  • Given the continuing disconnect between markets and politicians," he said, European leaders will have to "scramble" again within a few weeks or months "for what to do next to prevent a market meltdown."

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  • In a pattern repeated often in the past two years, markets initially applauded the summit accord, but then "realized that the latest comprehensive plan wasn't all that comprehensive; that there are not enough short-term crisis resolution measures ... and that long-term fixes are impressive, but incomplete," Mr. Kleine-Brockhoff said.

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