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Tsipras to present new proposal at Eurozone summit

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to present a new proposal at the Eurozone emergency summit later today. This comes after the Greek people...

Heineken and Carlsberg fight for Myanmar

Multinational beer companies Carlsberg and Heineken are fighting to expand into Myanmar, as some of Europe’s largest brewers turn to far-flung parts of the world for...

Greek Finance Minister resigns after Sunday’s referendum

Yanis Varoufakis, the Greek Finance minister, has resigned after yesterday's referendum. This comes just hours after he vowed that, should the Greek people vote no, he...

Key Greek payment dates

The Greek have voted to reject further austerity measures which is likely to prolong a possible aid package from the Troika. It is therefore important...
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Fund managers predicted Greece likely to default, but not exit

A new survey by Bank of America Merril Lynch has found that nearly half of fund managers believed Greece could default, but do not...

Tsipras urges Greeks to vote no

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras has urged the Greek people to reject "blackmail" and vote no in the referendum on Sunday. In a short TV interview,...

Markets subdued before Greek referendum

European equity markets remained subdued ahead of this weekend’s Greek referendum. Investors will be glued to polls in the run up to the vote,...

BP up 2.8% after reaching agreement over oil spill

BP have reached an agreement with states and the U.S. in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill case, five years after the accident. BP has...

Paypal to acquire Xoom

Paypal is in the process of acquiring money transfer company Xoom for $890 million, it was announced yesterday. PayPal is paying $25 per share for...
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Nonfarm payrolls increase to 223,000

Nonfarm payrolls increased 223,000, according to data released by the US Labor Department today. This was a lower number than the 233,000 expected by analysts. Unemployment...