Picture of the Day A man walks past a graffiti in Lisbon, Portugal, depicting the European economic situation on Monday. Turbulent markets threaten to derail the plans of cash-strapped European governments to sell off state assets, with those who can afford to wait likely to delay and those who cannot busy exploring other ways to raise the money. Tumbling equity prices have wiped billions of dollars off the value of state-owned companies since the start of the month, clouding the outlook for planned sales by countries such as Greece, Portugal, Russia, Poland and Romania. (Reuters)

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