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German parliament to vote on Gre...
After France and Finland backed up the €86bn bailout deal in their respective parliaments, the time has come for German MPs to give the official go-ahead to Greece’s rescue.  ...
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Greece submits reform plans to E...
Greece put forward its plan late on Thursday, only two hours before its midnight deadline.   The head of the 19-member Eurozone group of finance ministers, Jeroen Dijsselbloe...
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Risk-off trade sees a fall in US...
As bullish economic data from Japan was published and increasing concerns over Greek debt talks backed safe-haven demand, the dollar fell against the yen on Friday.   Indeed,...
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Chinese stocks meet with worst w...
The aftermath of a series of initial public offerings (IPOs) and worries about stricter trading rules have caused chinese stocks to experience their worst weekly performance since...
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Japan’s exports climb amid low C...
There has been a rise in Japan’s exports in May for a ninth straight month following solid demand from the United States despite weak China demand is a worry for an economy ...
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Greece postpones its IMF payment
Greece has made it clear to the International Monetary Fund(IMF) that it will postpone its Friday’s €300m (£216m) debt repayment and collect its four June payments together....
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The U.S economy shrank in Q1 but...
The U.S economy is seen to have contracted in the first quarter after unexpected heavy snowfalls and a revived dollar. However, this slump has proved to be short-lived as activiti...
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BoJ’s says NO to more monetary s...
The bank of Japan (BoJ) is refraining from increasing monetary stimulus. Moreover, it is showing a more optimistic view on the economy as BOJ’s Governor Haruhiko Kuroda is focusin...
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