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  • Article / 09 September 2016 at 5:00 GMT

    3 Numbers: Possible crack developing within the EU

    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    3 Numbers: Possible crack developing within the EU
    Just as the Eurozone's finance ministers and central bankers convene to discuss budget deficits and whether they should pay Greece's next aid tranche, the losers from the euro crisis – seven countries in economic jeopardy – will meet to discuss an alliance of their own. Meanwhile in the US, two Fed speakers return the focus to the September rate-setting meeting.
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    rzhi rzhi
    I think there is a mistype on the right panel: should be 00358:xhkg instead of 00486:xhkg.
  • Article / 24 February 2016 at 12:17 GMT

    Greece cancels 2012 IMF bailout programme

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Greece cancels 2012 IMF bailout programme
    Greece is trying to dictate terms to its creditors again by asking for an IMF bailout programme agreed in 2012 to be scrapped just a month before it is scheduled to expire. The move comes even as Greece has signalled a request for a new arrangement and despite failure to live up to its earlier bailout requirements, such as pension reform.
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    HaythamSabry HaythamSabry
    many thanks, I'm short :)
    HaythamSabry HaythamSabry
    What happened?
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    I suppose a knee jerk reaction on this news...

    US new home sales sank from a 10-month high in January, boosting concern over the health of the housing...
  • Article / 18 June 2015 at 13:00 GMT

    The clock is ticking for Greece

    Head of Macro Analysis / Saxo Bank
    The clock is ticking for Greece
    Time is running out for Greece, with a default – unlikely a few months ago – looking increasingly likely. And there is no doubt that Greece will be the main loser if negotiations with its creditors fail.
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    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    To the best of my knowledge, the guarantees and loans to Greece have not been included in the public debt figures of the creditor countries - they...
  • Squawk / 12 March 2015 at 15:01 GMT
    DANGER IN CYPRUS AGAIN » "Over in Cyprus - Keep an eye on goings on at the Central Bank of Cyprus, where executive director Stelios Kiliaris resigned from the board on Thursday, while also making a number of accusations in the House of Representatives in Nicosia.The allegations involve graft within parts of the government, what Governor Chrystalla Georgadji knew about it and did or did not say about the matter at one of the bank’s internal meetings. Ms Georgadji, has denied all allegations and said she did not say the things she is alleged to have said.." FT Alphaville | and also here
    ECB should comment on this matter soon...
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  • Video / 23 February 2015 at 15:37 GMT

    Vicky Pryce: 50/50 chance of euro surviving debt crisis

    Marie-Louise Møller
    Greece has been granted some temporary relief from its creditors as it looks set to secure a four-month extension of its 240 billion euro bailout. But with debt being rampant in several member states, the euro zone continues to face far more serious fundamental issues, says renowned UK economist Vicky Pryce. Without a solution to those, the euro may only have a 50/50 chance of surviving.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 12 January 2015 at 17:21 GMT

    Cyprus could be 'out of the danger zone'

    After a very public collapse of its financial sector in 2013, Cyprus' banking system is on the mend, the country's finance minister told CNBC, while insisting that the upcoming elections in Greece would not affect its economic recovery- "We're in a much better situation," Minister of Finance Harris Georgiades told CNBC on Monday. "We are definitely out of the danger zone now, and the recession seems to have run its course. We are very optimistic that the new year will see a return to positive growth rates."
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