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Key Asian stock indices rebound as risk appetite returns after Italy referendum

Updated : Dec 06, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : Business

Key Asian stock indices rebound as risk appetite returns after Italy referendum

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan bounced 0.8 percent, its biggest daily rise since 22 November, breaking two days of falls. Korea climbed 1.2 percent while Japan rose 0.8 percent #oil #Eurozone #OPEC #Asian stocks #services sector #US economic data #Italy Referendum
Italy referendum: Italians go to polls, as Europe watches outcome closely

Updated : Dec 04, 2016

By : AFP

Category : World

Italy referendum: Italians go to polls, as Europe watches outcome closely

Italians went to the polls Sunday in a constitutional referendum on which reformist Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has staked his future. #NewsTracker #Eurozone #Italy #World War II #2015 cik-fia european karting championship #Italy Referendum
Post Brexit, Eurozone needs more integration: French finance minister

Updated : Jul 12, 2016

By : AP

Category : World

Post Brexit, Eurozone needs more integration: French finance minister

The minister said twice that Britain's decision to leave the EU - a Brexit - "can only be negative" for the country, but "we have to accept the vote." #US #France #TheySaidIt #Eurozone #David Cameron #Britain #Theresa May #Jack Lew #Michel Sapin #Brexit
Looking beyond Brexit: A great opportunity for India's economic diplomacy

Updated : Jun 27, 2016

By : Jagadish Shettigar

Category : World

Looking beyond Brexit: A great opportunity for India's economic diplomacy

Brexit may open up an opportunity to India in terms of economic diplomacy. #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #European Union #Eurozone #EU #GST #United Kingdom #WTO #NDA #UK #british #Brexit
Greece bailout: Eurozone ministers agree to give more loans

Updated : May 25, 2016

By : IANS

Category : Business

Greece bailout: Eurozone ministers agree to give more loans

Eurozone finance ministers on Wednesday agreed to extend further bailout loans to Greece as well as debt relief, in what they called a "major breakthrough". #NewsTracker #Greece #Financial crisis #bailout #Eurozone #Debt-relief
'Greece was simply left on the outside': Merkel refuses to allow Greece to plunge into 'chaos'

Updated : Feb 29, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

'Greece was simply left on the outside': Merkel refuses to allow Greece to plunge into 'chaos'

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said the European Union cannot allow Greece, a country bailed out from its huge debt crisis, to plunge into "chaos" by shutting European borders to refugees. #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #Nato #Eurozone #Greek crisis #Alexis Tsipras #Syrian Refugee Crisis
Refugees, Euro and Brexit: Multiple crises challenge EU ahead of summit that starts on Thursday

Updated : Feb 15, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

Refugees, Euro and Brexit: Multiple crises challenge EU ahead of summit that starts on Thursday

As EU leaders prepare for a Brussels summit that starts Thursday, analysts believe the combined strain of challenges including a refugee crisis, threats facing the euro currency and Britain's plan to hold a referendum on whether to leave the EU may be unbearable for the 28-nation bloc. #NewsTracker #European Union #Eurozone #EU #EU Summit #Syrian Refugee Crisis #Brexit
What's good for Britain is good for Europe: David Cameron in Germany

Updated : Jan 07, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

What's good for Britain is good for Europe: David Cameron in Germany

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday won support from German Chancellor Angela Merkel for EU reforms to protect European welfare systems. #NewsTracker #Europe #Angela Merkel #Eurozone #David Cameron #UK #Welfare systems
After four long years! Eurozone jobless rate falls to lowest level

Updated : Jan 07, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

After four long years! Eurozone jobless rate falls to lowest level

Unemployment across the 19-country eurozone has fallen to its lowest rate in a little more than four years #NewsTracker #Europe #Eurozone #Unemployment #Western Europe #job rate #More jobs
As anti-austerity coalition takes power in Lisbon, is Portugal about to go down the same road as Greece?

Updated : Nov 26, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

As anti-austerity coalition takes power in Lisbon, is Portugal about to go down the same road as Greece?

An anti-austerity alliance including radical leftist parties takes power in Portugal. A shaky economy and huge debts menace the national economy. The rest of Europe watches with a wary eye. #NewsTracker #Greece #European Union #Portugal #Eurozone #anti-austerity #leftist parties