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Finland’s new government has picked the leader of a Eurosceptic party as its new foreign and Europe minister. The selection of Timo Soini, who heads up The Finns, reinforces a hardline stance over...
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NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks rose modestly in midday trading Wednesday, recovering part of a steep loss from the day before. Investors remain focused on Greece’s debt problems. KEEPING SCORE: The Dow...
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And with European Cup winning captain and Nottingham Forest club ambassador John McGovern saying the club are working on plans to stage a pre-season match in the summer to celebrate the occasion,...
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Greece's government on Wednesday said it is starting to draft an agreement with creditors that would pave the way for aid, but European officials quickly dismissed that as wishful thinking. Greece...
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Piraeus Bank, Greece�s second-largest lender by assets, on Wednesday reported a loss of 69 million Euros in the first quarter as provisions for bad loans continued to weigh on results. The bank took...
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2015/05/27 19:34
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REUTERSBalloons made by the 'ONE' campaigning organisation depicting leaders of the countries members of the G7 are seen in Dresden, Germany. The balloons show Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L),...
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Champions League football – more than just highly paid players The UEFA Champions League boasts some of the most highly paid athletes in the world. It is perhaps no surprise when you consider some...
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But the tables have turned. Investors are now trashing the fashion company that bears his name after its latest disappointing results. Shares of Michael Kors plunged nearly 25% Wednesday to their...
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U.S. stocks traded higher on Wednesday, recovering from Tuesday's sharp decline, as investors eyed Greece headlines amid continued rise in the dollar and bond yields. (Tweet This) "It appears as...
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The Hungarian team will play a home friendly on June 5 against Lithuania, followed by a UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Finland on June 13. "I am excited to be back with the national team for this...
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The Hellenic Republic is bracing for a EUR1.5 billion ($1.6 billion) debt-service payment to the International Monetary Fund scheduled for June 5. On Wednesday, European and Greek markets got a boost...
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Jerzy Dudek has expressed his belief that Warsaw will play host to a "memorable" Europa League final this evening. Reigning champions Sevilla will look to win the trophy in consecutive seasons when...
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By Andrew Mayeda When the IMF’s point man on Greece, Poul Thomsen, rebuffed the nation’s proposal in December to unlock more bailout funding, he wound up making his job even tougher. The Greek...
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France to cooperate in future Bengaluru, Kochi metro projects France is looking to collaborate in a major way in India's sustainable urban development and smart cities projects, and has evinced...
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The rise in sentiment is "unassailable" according to Claus Vistesen, chief Eurozone economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics. "If sentiment and spending continue to surge, it will eventually eat its way...
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Finland has been the worst performing economy in the Eurozone outside of the southern European states, having endured three years of recession. Mr Sipilä, who inherits a weak economy, with spiraling...
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BERLIN: The European Central Bank (ECB) has the means to contain the Greek debt crisis and the common currency could cope with a Greek exit, the International Monetary Fund's chief economist was...
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The Australian dollar has briefly slipped below US77c in overnight trade as the US dollar continued its ascent against the world's largest currencies. At 3.30am (AEST), the local currency was trading...
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... high for German consumer cheer Morale among German consumers improves heading into June, helped by a growing willingness to make purchases. But as Ciara Lee reports the picture doesn't look...
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