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2014/04/22 09:43
2014/04/22 09:43
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By Matthew Winkler, John Fraher & Nikos Chrysoloras Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said he expects Greek bond yields to decline further and signaled he has no immediate plans to sell more debt, as a...
2014/04/22 09:43
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2014/04/18 23:39
2014/04/18 23:39
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It looks as if European Central Bank boss Mario Draghi – Super Mario to his fans – is about to leap to the rescue again. In 2012, his pledge to hoover up the clapped-out bonds of any euro zone country...
2014/04/11 22:53
2014/04/11 22:53
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Thousands of Greeks have taken to the streets in the capital Athens to protest German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to their country. The angry protesters staged a rally on Friday to blame Merkel...
2014/04/11 18:42
2014/04/11 18:42
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By John Geddie & Marius Zaharia Greek bond yields rose on Friday as investors booked profits on the rally that preceded Greece's return to debt markets, with even its sought-after new five-year bond...
2014/04/11 12:49
2014/04/11 12:49
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Greek bond yields rise as comeback euphoria fades Yields on new notes trade above 5% again followyesterday’s successful return to markets Greece’s finance minister Yannis Stournaras arrives for a...
2014/04/09 14:55
2014/04/09 14:55
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Greek bonds are rallying fast while bankers seek investors for the country's first long-term debt since its international bailout four years ago. The country will finalise a deal Thursday to sell at...
2014/04/07 07:43
2014/04/07 07:43
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By Marcus Bensasson & Mark Evans Antonis Samaras�s mission to end Greece�s exile from bond markets faces a reality check this week as data shows how deeply the economy remains mired in deflation with...
2014/04/06 08:42
2014/04/06 08:42
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By Xenia Kounalaki German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble does not rule out the possibility of a third bailout deal for Greece in order to cover the country's funding gap over the next two years....
2014/04/04 17:50
2014/04/04 17:50
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ATHENS (Reuters) - A scandal in Greece over the prosecution of far-right politicians has helped the leftist opposition halt a rise in support for the government, a poll showed on Friday, despite a...
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2014/04/03 19:50
2014/04/03 19:50
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ATHENS (Reuters) - With Greece in political uproar, a former top aide to the prime minister tried to shield him on Thursday from a scandal over the prosecution of far-right political opponents. The...
2014/04/03 15:43
2014/04/03 15:43
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Europe needs a �New Deal� to rise above the economic crisis and austerity policies, the European Left Party's Greek candidate for EU commission chairman, Alexis Tsipras, says in an interview. "There...
2014/04/02 17:04
2014/04/02 17:04
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ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A top aide to Greece's conservative Prime Minister Antonis Samaras resigned Wednesday over a video in which he appeared to accuse Samaras of influencing a criminal investigation...
2014/04/02 11:27
2014/04/02 11:27
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Borrowing costs in recovering Greece fall to pre-bailout levels By Marius Zaharia and John Geddie LONDON (Reuters) - Greek bond yields hit new four-year lows on Wednesday as investors grow more...
2014/03/31 10:18
2014/03/31 10:18
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Greece's parliament late on Sunday narrowly approved an omnibus bill of reforms tied to the country's next tranche of EU-IMF loans, the parliament speaker said. Despite 11th hour attempts by the...
2014/03/30 18:43
2014/03/30 18:43
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By Dimitris Kontogiannis Greece is likely to take the first step to access international markets this spring for the first time since April 2010, taking advantage of the favorable conditions for risk...
2014/03/29 22:49
2014/03/29 22:49
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ATHENS (Reuters) - The main party in Greece's ruling coalition, conservative New Democracy, has nudged ahead of the leftist opposition for the first time in six months, an opinion poll showed on...
2014/03/21 13:49
2014/03/21 13:49
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - If Russia has occupied and annexed Crimea, it's the European Union's fault for offering closer ties with Ukraine, according to Eurosceptical parties of the far left and...
2014/04/22 09:43
2014/04/22 09:43
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