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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
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
The dollar, Russia and China: Three reasons Greece exiting Eurozone will worry US

Jun 30, 2015

The dollar, Russia and China: Three reasons Greece exiting Eurozone will worry US

The biggest implication of the Greek default is for the worlds sole superpower, the United States, as it would significantly weaken the euro against the dollar. #World #China #US #Greece #Russia #ConnectTheDots #Euro #Eurozone
Greece exit from euro imminent as anti-austerity protests gather momentum

Jun 30, 2015

Greece exit from euro imminent as anti-austerity protests gather momentum

The Economist Intelligence Unit said a "No" vote was more likely, raising the probability of Greece leaving the euro zone to 60 percent #European Union #Euro #Greece debt crisis #Greece referendum #Grexit
Greek crisis: Finance ministry fears capital outflows, in touch with RBI

Jun 29, 2015

Greek crisis: Finance ministry fears capital outflows, in touch with RBI

Commenting on the impact of Greek debt crisis on India, commerce secretary Rajeev Kher said it will not have much impact on India's export. #Economy #RBI #NewsTracker #Greece #ASSOCHAM #European Union #Euro #Arvind Subramanian #Ministry of Finance #Alexis Tsipras #Rajiv Mehrishi
Global stocks go for a tumble after Greece closes banks

Jun 29, 2015

Global stocks go for a tumble after Greece closes banks

The ECB is committed to buying 60 billion a month in bonds to push down interest rates and help economies that use the euro. #Economy #Greece #Credit Suisse #International Monetary Fund #Euro #markets #European Central Bank #MarketClose #Alexis Tsipras #Athens Stock Exchange
Grexit: There is a good reason why the world's going nuts over Greece

Jun 29, 2015

Grexit: There is a good reason why the world's going nuts over Greece

The bailout money helps keep the Greek economy going and at the same time helps repay the debt that is falling due. #Economy #Greece #ConnectTheDots #International Monetary Fund #euro zone #European Central Bank #European Commission #Alexis Tsipras #Grexit
Greece edges closer to default: Banks shut, capital controls imposed as crisis deepens

Jun 29, 2015

Greece edges closer to default: Banks shut, capital controls imposed as crisis deepens

The euro fell sharply against the dollar and safe-haven US government debt futures rallied as investors exhibited fears of a Greek default and exit from the euro zone #NewsTracker #European Union #Euro #Grexit #Greece Default