The European Union (EU) unveiled a €750 billion($952 billion) bailout package yesterday to help stabilize the euro against the U.S. dollar.

The European Central Bank and other national banks structured the European stabilization program and also launched a program to buy up debt of the most vulnerable euro zone countries. The rescue scheme will also be backed up to €250 billion by the International Monetary Fund.

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