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It is unlikely Greece will leave euro, and the country will move from crisis to crisis

Jul 02, 2015

It is unlikely Greece will leave euro, and the country will move from crisis to crisis

The euro is as much a political project as it is an economic one. Given this, chances are in the days to come a deal will be hammered out between Greece and the economic troika #IMF #European Union #Euro #European Commission #ECB #Greece debt crisis
Analysis - Talk of Syria action may be Erdogan's latest gambit to pressure the West| Reuters

Jul 02, 2015

Analysis - Talk of Syria action may be Erdogan's latest gambit to pressure the West| Reuters

ANKARA Alarmed by Syrian Kurds' advances against Islamic State, and irked by Western reluctance to tackle Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, President Tayyip Erdogan has once again raised the prospect of a Turkish military intervention in Syria. Such a move would risk alienating the West when confidence in Turkey has been already shaken by Erdogan's authoritarian tendencies and a slowdown in growth, and also prevent the AK Party that he founded forming a coalition with the main opposition party. But Erdogan's drum-beating may be a gambit aimed at influencing the U.S.-led coalition in Syria, and bolstering his popularity at home after a major election setback for the AKP. #Business #United States #Syria #markets #Turkey #crisis #opinion
Heart of gold: British shoe seller launches crowdfunding project for Greece's debt crisis

Jul 01, 2015

Heart of gold: British shoe seller launches crowdfunding project for Greece's debt crisis

A British shoe shop worker launched an online crowdfunding campaign to raise the money for Greece to meet its now expired IMF debt repayment #Greece #Europe #greek debt crisis #Thom Feeney #British shoe-seller #crowdfunding project #IMF debt payment #Greek Bailout Fund
Despite last-minute proposals to creditors, Greece defaults on IMF debt

Jul 01, 2015

Despite last-minute proposals to creditors, Greece defaults on IMF debt

Opinion polls show a majority of Greeks favour holding on to the euro, but the referendum is shaping up to be a close call. #IMF #Christine Lagarde #Greece debt crisis #Greece Default
Islamic State scores up gains and losses in Syrian fighting| Reuters

Jul 01, 2015

Islamic State scores up gains and losses in Syrian fighting| Reuters

AMMAN Islamic State fighters stormed the Syrian town of Tel Abyad on the Turkish border on Tuesday and captured a neighbourhood from the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia, but suffered setbacks in the northeastern city of Hasaka, a monitor and the army said. Islamic State has launched simultaneous attacks against Syrian government and Kurdish militia this past week in the multi-sided Syrian civil war after losing ground to Kurdish-led forces near the capital of its "caliphate". #Syria #markets #United Kingdom #crisis #Entertainment
Turkey 'ready to help' Greece out of its financial crisis

Jun 30, 2015

Turkey 'ready to help' Greece out of its financial crisis

Turkey on Tuesday said it was "ready to help" Greece out of its escalating financial crisis as its embattled neighbour edged closer to default. #World #Business #IMF #NewsTracker #Greece #EU #Turkey #Ankara #Ahmet Davutoglu #Greece Financial Crisis
Greece referendum: PM Alexis Tsipras steadfast on 'no' vote as EU makes last-minute offer

Jun 30, 2015

Greece referendum: PM Alexis Tsipras steadfast on 'no' vote as EU makes last-minute offer

Tsipras would have to send a written acceptance of the version of proposals from the lenders published on Sunday, with a pledge to campaign for them to be accepted in the planned July 5 referendum #European Union #Greek referendum #greek debt crisis #Alexis Tsipras #Grexit
Greece exit won't be comparable to 2008 collapse: Here's how crisis may unfold

Jun 30, 2015

Greece exit won't be comparable to 2008 collapse: Here's how crisis may unfold

Between now and 5 July, Greece remains suspended between collapse and an uncertain rescue #IMF #European Union #Debt crisis #Default #Greece referendum #Grexit
From PIGS to PIS: Here are three lessons to learn from a potential Grexit

Jun 30, 2015

From PIGS to PIS: Here are three lessons to learn from a potential Grexit

An economic union can only be as strong as its weakest link, which means the stronger ones have to display even more commitment to it than the weak. A Grexit will be a testimony not just to Greek failure, but also Germany's #European Union #PIIGS #greek debt crisis #Pigs #Grexit #Erozone
Greece crisis is not a major worry now but it reminds India story should be domestic-driven

Jun 30, 2015

Greece crisis is not a major worry now but it reminds India story should be domestic-driven

If the government begins its promised public investment push in key sectors, the early signs of revival seen in the industrial activities can take firm hold, despite what happens globally #Rupee #Economic growth #Raghuram Rajan #exports #greek debt crisis #Make In India