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ECB chairman Colin Graves opens door to Pietersen return

Mar 01, 2015

ECB chairman Colin Graves opens door to Pietersen return

Pietersen, 34, has not played for England since the ECB effectively called time on his international career following the disastrous Ashes tour of 2013-14. #Sports #Cricket #England #Kevin Pietersen #SportsTracker #ECB #Colin Graves
Debt Crisis: Greece seeks six-month loan extension from European Union

Feb 19, 2015

Debt Crisis: Greece seeks six-month loan extension from European Union

Greece has formally asked the EU for a six-month loan extension, officials in Athens and Brussels said, hoping to avoid default and draft a new deal with its creditors.Greece has formally asked the EU for a six-month loan extension, officials in Athens and Brussels said, hoping to avoid default and draft a new deal with its creditors. #IMF #Greece #Europe #European Union #Euro #Default #European Central Bank #ECB #European debt crisis #Greece Default
Greece seeks agreement on debt talks, reassure Europe as tensions rise

Feb 02, 2015

Greece seeks agreement on debt talks, reassure Europe as tensions rise

ATHENS (Reuters) - New Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, striking a conciliatory note on debt talks after a turbulent start to office, has called the European Central Bank chief to assure him that Athens was seeking an agreement. The new government in Athens made clear from its first day in power that it would not back down on its election pledges to abandon the austerity policies imposed under the bailout agreement sealed by the last government. But facing growing disquiet from partners led by Germany, Tsipras rang European Central Bank President Mario Draghi on Friday night to assure him that Athens was seeking an accord, a government official said #NewsTracker #Greece #Europe #European Union #EU #ECB #Alexis Tsipras #Greek PM
Refreshed England face uphill task to change World Cup fortunes

Jan 28, 2015

Refreshed England face uphill task to change World Cup fortunes

England have never won the World Cup, despite hosting four tournaments, including the first three editions, while it is nearly 25 years since they last appeared in a final. #Sports #Cricket #England #James Anderson #Preview #ECB #Eoin Morgan #2015 ICC World Cup #CWC 2015
Bond buying: European Central Bank just joined the money printing party

Jan 23, 2015

Bond buying: European Central Bank just joined the money printing party

The ECB has decided to buy bonds worth 60 billion ($69 billion) every month from March 2015 to September 2016. This bond buying is referred to as asset purchases by central banks, quantitative easing by most of the Western press and economists and money printing by people who want to call a spade a spade. #Eurozone #European Central Bank #Bonds #ECB #Mario Draghi