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2015/07/27 17:19
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The Chinese stock markets plummeted Monday in the biggest one-day drop since 2007. The Shanghai Composite Index fell 8.5 percent, weighing on Japanese, Hong Kong and U.S. markets. The trend is raising...
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2015/07/26 17:16
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US President Barack Obama has staked much credibility on reaching a deal. Photo / AP Negotiators from the US, Japan, New Zealand and nine other Pacific Rim countries could put the finishing touches...
2015/07/22 09:49
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WASHINGTON — Florida-based Stonegate Bank signed on Tuesday the first deal to set up a correspondent account in Cuba since President Barack Obama’s December move to re-establish relations with the...
2015/07/21 04:38
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APEC membership pitched as India's gateway to international trade pacts Business and policy leaders Monday pitched membership in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) group as India's gateway...
2015/07/21 04:34
2015/07/21 04:34
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APWhite House economic adviser Maurice Obstfeld has been named as the International Monetary Fund's chief economist. File photo: Chuck Kennedy, The White House, via Associated Press Washington - The...
2015/07/17 12:46
2015/07/17 12:46
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The financial debacle that is Greece may not be so gloomy for one sector of its beleagured economy: tourism. With the euro expected to reach parity with the dollar for the first time, now is a great...
2015/07/15 23:39
2015/07/15 23:39
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Beyond A Bailout: Greece Needs Debt Relief, IMF Says Whatever comes of the latest bailout plan for Greece, it may not be enough to save the country's economy, a new report from the International...
2015/07/14 23:56
2015/07/14 23:56
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BRUSSELS (AP) � With members of his own party openly denouncing a preliminary rescue deal struck with Greece's European creditors, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras must fight to cling to his government's...
2015/07/12 07:35
2015/07/12 07:35
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Greece hasn’t exactly had an easy go of things lately. The country, which has been riddled with debt throughout the last decade, according to Vox, has needed bailouts and assistance from countries...
2015/07/11 18:51
2015/07/11 18:51
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The Obama administration is caught in a trap as it tries to bring home a trade deal with its Pacific Rim partners. Some of the chief beneficiaries may be big drug companies like Novartis AG, Roche...
2015/07/10 15:15
2015/07/10 15:15
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As U.S. and foreign regulators consider applying stricter regulations to non-bank firms deemed critical to the stability of the economy, industry groups are warning that such a move could saddle the...
2015/07/10 14:19
2015/07/10 14:19
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Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras delivers a speech during a party congress in Athens in this January 2015 photo. (Photo by Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters) Until recently, you might have thought...
2015/07/10 06:49
2015/07/10 06:49
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WASHINGTON--Greece may need even more debt relief and financing from its eurozone creditors than the International Monetary Fund estimated less than a week ago, the IMF's chief economist said Thursday...
2015/07/09 16:21
2015/07/09 16:21
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A tourist is watching the presidential guard in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Greece, 02 July 2015. EPA/FOTIS PLEGAS G. With the possibility of Greek exit from the euro zone...
2015/07/08 11:23
2015/07/08 11:23
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Germany’s debt history, echoed in Greece | News & Observer News & Observer July 8, 2015 Germany’s debt history, echoed in Greece How a vintage 1953 photo still resonates today Historically, major...
2015/07/08 06:16
2015/07/08 06:16
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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble, who's survived an assassination attempt and a career scandal, has become one of the most vivid players in the Greek debt saga. Photo / AFP Wolfgang Schäuble...
2015/07/07 02:19
2015/07/07 02:19
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AUSTIN — Forget Fort Knox or the Federal Reserve. Texas has decided to start keeping its gold holdings within in its borders. But what makes sense politically in such a sovereignty-loving place is...
2015/07/06 22:55
2015/07/06 22:55
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Mexico is confident that an agreement on a major free-trade pact spanning the Pacific Ocean can be reached in late July in what would be a milestone with the potential to reshape economic ties between...
2015/07/06 22:39
2015/07/06 22:39
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Buy Japan. Buy Vietnam. Buy U.S. media stocks. Buy Mexican food stocks. Sell China. For investors wanting to take advantage of the Pacific Rim free trade pact that appears to be nearing completion,...
2015/07/06 18:23
2015/07/06 18:23
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But what exactly is his plan, and do EU leaders on the other side of the negotiating table have any more reason to make concessions now than they did last month? Tsipras' Syriza party came to power...
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