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Greek referendum: 'Yes' has a slight lead but it is a close call, shows opinion poll

Jul 03, 2015

Greek referendum: 'Yes' has a slight lead but it is a close call, shows opinion poll

Already, Tsipras' coalition is crumbling as a succession of deputies from the right-wing Independent Greeks, his junior partners, have backed the 'Yes' vote #IMF #Euro #EU #ECB #greek debt crisis #Bailout Referendum
BCCI could follow ECB and CA way, introduce performance-based incentives

Jul 02, 2015

BCCI could follow ECB and CA way, introduce performance-based incentives

While BCCI's finance committee has agreed in principle on going the corporate way where profit sharing will be directly proportional to the board's revenue, the members discussed the possible ways of doing it. #Sports #BCCI #Cricket #SportsTracker #Cricket Australia #ECB
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
One day later in Greece: The more things change, the more they remain same

Jul 01, 2015

One day later in Greece: The more things change, the more they remain same

Greece has defaulted on the payment of 1.6 billion euros that it had to make to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) by the end of the day yesterday (i.e. June 30, 2015) This is the first instance of a developed country defaulting on a payment that it owed to the IMF. #GDP #IMF #Greece #Europe #Germany #bailout #Austerity #ECB
ECBs, NRI deposits push external debt to $475.8 bn

Jun 30, 2015

ECBs, NRI deposits push external debt to $475.8 bn

The short-term external debt was $84.7 billion in March, showing a decline of 7.6 percent over the March 2014 level. #Economy #GDP #RBI #Rupee #NewsTracker #NRI #ECBs
India Inc may raise funds by issuing Rupee bonds overseas

Jun 09, 2015

India Inc may raise funds by issuing Rupee bonds overseas

The Reserve Bank on Tuesday proposed that Indian corporates eligible for raising external commercial borrowings (ECBs) could also raise funds overseas by issuing Rupee linked bonds, a move expected to open another window for cheaper resources. #RBI #NewsTracker #ECB #Financial Action Task Force #International Financial Institution
Trevor Bayliss becomes first Australian to be appointed as head coach of England

May 26, 2015

Trevor Bayliss becomes first Australian to be appointed as head coach of England

England turned to the old enemy in an attempt to restore national pride as Trevor Bayliss became the first Australian to be appointed head coach of the team on Tuesday. #Sports #Cricket #Australia #England #SportsTracker #ECB #Trevor Bayliss #England coach
Didn't give 'him or me' ultimatum to ECB over Pietersen decision, says Cook

May 21, 2015

Didn't give 'him or me' ultimatum to ECB over Pietersen decision, says Cook

Cook, speaking to reporters at Lord's today, said the decision over Pietersen had been taken by Strauss and new ECB chief executive Tom Harrison alone. #TheySaidIt #England #Alastair Cook #Kevin Pietersen #ECB #KP
Pietersen's inflammatory comments about teammates cannot be overlooked: Strauss

May 18, 2015

Pietersen's inflammatory comments about teammates cannot be overlooked: Strauss

Pietersen, England's leading all-time run-scorer across all formats, has been in the international wilderness since the team returned from their 5-0 Ashes thrashing in Australia last year. #Cricket #Andrew Strauss #The Ashes #England #Kevin Pietersen #SportsTracker #ECB #Surrey #KP
England will be weaker without Kevin Pietersen, says Michael Clarke

May 17, 2015

England will be weaker without Kevin Pietersen, says Michael Clarke

Australia's captain Michael Clarke believes England without middle-order batsman Kevin Pietersen will be a weaker side in the Ashes. #Sports #Cricket #Kevin Pietersen #Michael Clarke #SportsTracker #ECB #Ashes