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2015/04/24 23:48
2015/04/24 23:48
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The Federal Reserve's policy arm, the Federal Open Market Committee, meets Tuesday and Wednesday. Photo: Andrew Harrer The US dollar has extended its losses on a run of weaker-than-expected US...
2015/04/24 23:48
2015/04/24 23:48
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2015/04/24 23:43
2015/04/24 23:43
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As widely expected, eurozone finance ministers, meeting in the Latvian capital of Riga, concluded that the Greek Government had failed to produce a programme of economic reforms that was enough to...
2015/04/24 21:49
2015/04/24 21:49
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Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has hit back at suggestions that Eurogroup talks about a new finance package for his country have stalled amid frustrations at his handling of negotiations. “I...
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2015/04/24 18:08
2015/04/24 18:08
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Eurozone finance ministers are losing patience with Greece as it dilly dallies on reforms after no tangible progress was reported at Friday’s Eurogroup meeting, according to Edward Scicluna. He said...
2015/04/24 17:42
2015/04/24 17:42
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The inexplicable rise recorded in early trade on the Greek bourse on Friday was significantly contained in the early afternoon when Bloomberg reported the alleged comments that eurozone finance...
2015/04/24 17:09
2015/04/24 17:09
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The Stoxx Europe 600 rose 0.2% to 407.86, stepping back from stronger gains as consumer-services, technology and oil and gas shares turned lower. AstraZeneca shares were at the bottom of the Stoxx...
2015/04/24 15:46
2015/04/24 15:46
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By Nikos Chrysoloras Greece’s cash-strapped government may get a brief respite in yet another looming debt payment next week thanks to a public holiday. As Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s government...
2015/04/24 14:50
2015/04/24 14:50
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Tension, frustration over Greek talks Euro zone finance ministers express frustration at the lack of progress on Greek debt talks, with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaueble encouraging...
2015/04/24 14:27
2015/04/24 14:27
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But ahead of the meeting, a number of ministers arriving in Riga played down hopes for agreement on reforms in Greece in return for financial aid. German Finance Minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble, said he...
2015/04/24 14:27
2015/04/24 14:27
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Meanwhile, investors also reacted to Germany's IFO survey of business sentiment, which showed a rise in April and came in close to market expectations. Greece is also firmly in focus Friday. The...
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2015/04/24 12:43
2015/04/24 12:43
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MANILA, Philippines - Philippine shares are up for a second day, managing to close the week with a gain, though flat. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) gained 0.70 percent to close at...
2015/04/24 12:42
2015/04/24 12:42
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By Joshua Robinson and Marcus Bensasson A Greek default doesn�t mean the country has to leave the euro area, economists say. The chances of Greece missing some of its debt payments in the coming...
2015/04/24 12:10
2015/04/24 12:10
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BEIJING (AP) -- Chinese and Japanese stocks fell Friday on weaker global manufacturing data while Europe and some Asian benchmarks rose after the U.S. Nasdaq index hit a new high. KEEPING SCORE: In...
2015/04/24 12:09
2015/04/24 12:09
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The Nasdaq Composite was poised to bust out another record on Friday, with technology stock futures pointing up as Amazon.com, Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. rose in premarket trade. Futures for the...
2015/04/24 12:09
2015/04/24 12:09
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Yields on Greek debt fell Friday, while bond prices rose, as eurozone finance ministers were set to talk about Greece's mounting debt troubles. The yield on 2-year debt fell 1.1 percentage points to...
2015/04/24 11:56
2015/04/24 11:56
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Even though no rational person expected that the Greek situation would be resolved at today's talks in Riga, Latvia, apparently the algos were so caught up in spoofing each other to new record highs...
2015/04/24 11:49
2015/04/24 11:49
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Greece may not be as close to the financial abyss as earlier predicted and could possibly survive until July without further aid, Credit Suisse economists said on Friday. “Greece is cash-strapped,...
2015/04/24 11:27
2015/04/24 11:27
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On Thursday, stocks closed at highs on earnings cheer, with the Nasdaq closing at 5,056.06 to set a record close for the first time in 15 years. The S&P 500 hit an intraday record but closed lower at...
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2015/04/24 11:18
2015/04/24 11:18
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The comments, reported by Bloomberg, show just how wide the divide between European finance ministers remains as negotiations over providing then next tranche of bailout funds to the cash-strapped...
2015/04/24 09:50
2015/04/24 09:50
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One hundred dollar notes are seen in this photo illustration at a bank in Seoul January 9, 2013. LONDON (Reuters) - The euro hit a two-week high against a soft dollar on Friday, supported by a rise...
2015/04/24 23:48
2015/04/24 23:48
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