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Greek stocks have taken a hammering after the country's new anti-austerity government pressed home demands for debt relief and rolled back the privatisation program, but European markets largely...
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2015/01/28 22:10
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Growing market turmoil in Greece added to the haven allure of U.S. Treasury bonds. The yield on the 30-year bond closed at a record low. The yield on the benchmark 10-year note fell to 1.723% from...
2015/01/28 21:42
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Greece�s new Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias will attempt on Thursday to clear up a dispute between Athens and the European Council when EU diplomats discuss whether to step up sanctions against Russia...
2015/01/28 21:19
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First, the scoreboard: Dow: 17,191.4, -195.9, (-1.1%) S&P 500: 2,002.2, -27.4, (-1.4%) Nasdaq: 4,638, -43.5, (-0.9%) 1. The Fed will remain patient. In the Fed's latest monetary policy statement...
2015/01/28 21:10
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The Australian dollar has backed away from the highs it reached on Wednesday, weighed down by falling iron ore and oil prices. At 0700 AEDT on Thursday, the local unit was trading at 79.35 US cents,...
2015/01/28 20:42
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Standard & Poor�s put Greece�s B credit rating on watch for a possible downgrade on Wednesday, warning that some of the policies of the new anti-austerity government were putting Greece on a collision...
2015/01/28 19:43
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By Adrian Croft The European Union rebuffed on Wednesday criticism from the new Greek government that it had not been consulted about a statement calling for work on possible new sanctions on Russia...
2015/01/28 19:38
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But where could Ed Miliband have picked up that ugly word “weaponise”? Has he perhaps been studying the way the Tories analysed their own failure to win the 2010 election? Janan Ganesh’s biography of...
2015/01/28 18:44
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German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel told Greece on Wednesday that it needed to stick to its agreements with international lenders and suggested the euro zone could cope if Athens decided to leave...
Read more at Kathimerini, Kathimerini
2015/01/28 18:39
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Greek PM outlines priorities of new government The new Greek government is ready to restore the debt-laden country's prestige, people's dignity and social justice, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told...
2015/01/28 18:29
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What is good for the American consumer may be less so for big American companies. For some time now, the United States stock market has been propelled forward by a domestic economy that has been...
2015/01/28 17:57
2015/01/28 17:57
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Greek stocks have taken a hammering after the country's new anti-austerity government pressed home demands for debt relief and rolled back the privatisation program, but European markets largely...
2015/01/28 17:44
2015/01/28 17:44
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NeoNazi Golden Dawn issued a statement on Wednesday in which it indicated that it supports the government's decisions to stop privatizations and to block further European Union sanctions against...
2015/01/28 17:41
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Greek bank stocks fell by more than 22 per cent on Wednesday as the Athens market suffered a third day of turmoil following the election of a government led by leftist anti-austerity Prime Minister...
2015/01/28 17:10
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Stocks and bonds in Greece have been hit hard by fears that the antiausterity party could derail the terms of its financial support from its European partners, resulting in another default on its debt...
2015/01/28 15:50
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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — The yield on the 10-year Greek government bond climbed more than a full percentage point Wednesday, hitting its highest level since July 2013, on continued worries that...
2015/01/28 15:09
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And yet, the total sum of Greece's debt mountain has been called a meaningless "accounting fiction" by Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. So what does Greece’s €317bn debt really mean for the country and...
Read more at Daily Telegraph, Quartz
2015/01/28 14:45
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ATHENS: Greece's new government Wednesday signaled the country would backtrack or scrap a series of budget measures its eurozone creditor nations had demanded in exchange for bailout loans. The move...
2015/01/28 14:42
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By Justin Fox * Whenever a public intellectual runs for or is appointed to high public office, people who think and/or write for a living tend to get very excited. At some point after that, they...
2015/01/28 14:28
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Syriza's fiery young leader Alexis Tsipras has consistently argued that Greece's sovereign debt burden of 320 billion euros ($364 billion) is unsustainable, and that the country must be offered some...
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