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european markets taking the greek referendum result with relative calm stalks the euro and government dental selling off shares down around one percent while the single currency lost about half a percent against the safe haven japanese yen , but there's no sign of panic reuters markets editor jamie would give us says investors oppressing the grease and the euro zone still have time to patch things up , the next big payment for greece , to live to , billion euros of that we've , is there , two weeks , in this environment and when we talk like these two weeks is a long time , and anything can happen and in two weeks , the departure of yanis varoufakis removes a divisive figure is seen as an obstacle to new talks with european partners markets also betting that previously vulnerable nations and i'll betcha able to ride out any storm so called peripheral countries like spain an island now growing again and enjoying support from these , b. but that defenses could soon be tested