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2015/05/22 21:43
2015/05/22 21:43
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Schaeuble mentioned the idea of parallel currencies at a recent meeting without endorsing it, according to two people who attended. The European Commission is looking at how to manage the possible...
2015/05/22 21:43
2015/05/22 21:43
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2015/05/21 11:56
2015/05/21 11:56
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The big news overnight was neither the Chinese manufacturing PMI miss nor the just as unpleasant (and important) German manufacturing and service PMI misses - the second consecutive monthly slowdown -...
2015/05/21 09:42
2015/05/21 09:42
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By Christos Ziotis & Jeff Black The European Central Bank approved the smallest rise in emergency cash for Greek lenders since tensions re-emerged in February, a sign that deposit outflows may be...
Read more at Kathimerini, Kathimerini
2015/05/21 04:05
2015/05/21 04:05
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The European Central Bank has raised the maximum emergency funding that Greek banks can obtain by 200 million euros ($A281.85 million), a Greek banking source says. The move lifts the ceiling on...
2015/05/20 11:56
2015/05/20 11:56
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The only remarkable macroeconomic news overnight was out of Japan where we got the Q1 GDP print of 2.4% coming in well above consensus of 1.6%, and higher than the 1.1% in Q4. Did it not snow in Japan...
Read more at Zero Hedge, Zero Hedge
2015/05/17 20:09
2015/05/17 20:09
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Following Syriza's election, the ECB has banned Greek banks from increasing their holdings of T-bills, placing an additional squeeze on the government which isscrambling to find the cash to make its...
2015/05/16 13:42
2015/05/16 13:42
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A top German judge has said that Greece has a just claim in its demands for Berlin to repay a loan Athens was forced to issue its Nazi occupiers during World War II. In an interview with Der Spiegel...
2015/05/15 18:42
2015/05/15 18:42
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The Finance Ministry said that all salary and pension payments due Friday were made on time, apart from the wages for employees at OPEKEPE, a government body responsible for paying out farming...
2015/05/15 07:42
2015/05/15 07:42
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By Nikos Konstandaras The SYRIZA-led government has moved very quickly to put its stamp on every level of the state, and the recent attacks on central bank governor Yannis Stournaras are the latest...
2015/05/14 18:13
2015/05/14 18:13
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Greece repays 750-M euro loan installment to IMF May 13, 2015 5:35 am ATHENS, May 12 — Greece repaid a 750-million-euro (about USD 847.5 million) debt installment to the International Monetary Fund...
2015/05/13 21:49
2015/05/13 21:49
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ECB concerned over Greek internal relations Central bank may issue formal warnings to Greek government if situation continues Greek government has accused the country’s central bank governor Yannis...
2015/05/13 21:42
2015/05/13 21:42
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The government's strategy in negotiations with creditors and a raft of possible measures, including tax reforms, that could form the basis of an agreement, dominated a marathon cabinet meeting on...
2015/05/13 20:42
2015/05/13 20:42
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By Dimitra Manifava The Greek economy could enjoy additional revenues of 250 million euros per year from olive oil exports if the commodity were utilized appropriately (i.e. not exported in bulk) and...
2015/05/13 20:42
2015/05/13 20:42
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By Evgenia Tzortzi The government and the country�s central and commercial banks agreed on Wednesday on a strategic plan for the development of digital transactions and a drastic cut in cash...
2015/05/13 17:42
2015/05/13 17:42
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The use of so-called emergency liquidity assistance (ELA) by Greek banks rose by 8.6 percent in April from the previous month as deposit outflows continued, Bank of Greece data showed on...
2015/05/13 14:27
2015/05/13 14:27
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A Greek national flag flutters as tourists visit the Acropolis hill archaeological site in Athens May 13, 2015. ATHENS Greece emptied an IMF holding account to repay 750 million euros ($840 million)...
2015/05/13 13:42
2015/05/13 13:42
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Ex-Prime Minister Costas Simitis told a court on Wednesday that ex-Defense Minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos would have been in a position to accept bribes when he was part of the PASOK government. �It...
2015/05/13 12:50
2015/05/13 12:50
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A Greek national flag flutters in Athens May 13, 2015. ATHENS Greece's economy shrank 0.2 percent in the first quarter, slipping back into recession as political turmoil put the brakes on a fragile...
2015/05/13 07:50
2015/05/13 07:50
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ATHENS Greek mayor Apostolos Kimisis is refusing to hand over local funds to the near-bankrupt state, saying he needs the money to fix roads and maintain the water supply in his small municipality. He...
2015/05/12 17:10
2015/05/12 17:10
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The Greek government, led by the radical left Syriza party, is backsliding under pressure from the European Union (EU) and International Monetary Fund (IMF). But workers are not taking this lying...
2015/05/22 21:43
2015/05/22 21:43
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