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- Statement by Eurogroup President J. Dijsselbloem after the Eurogroup...
- Italy's Renzi says he thinks Greek deal can be found in next few...
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they can act tough all they want we all know eventually greece will cave and they will stay in the euro oh and that vote thingy ehh never mind
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Fairy stories for kids and idiots!!!
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anyway gbp suks euro will rule the market, gbp dont respect nothing
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it's a game of chicken: Contagion vs Chaos. Can the Greeks contain their chaos and outlast the bonds blowing apart in Europe? We will see..
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anyway will be a megabuy on gbpusd and a megasell on gbpnzd, manipulators (BOE) win again in manipulation lows or maxs of trends. Why didnt hapen monday and hapen ...
- Greece requested EU7bn within next 48 hours, ANSA says
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GBPUSD led lower by the yen as well as another risk off day. It's turning into a bit of a rout for the pound today and we're now 156 pips from today's highs. Reece highlighted the 61.8 fib of the June move and that's been taken out in the last move We're finding support at 1.5450 and the next support under there is around 1.5420/25. Then we have the 38.2 fib of the Apr swing ...
- It only took two days for everyone to realise that the Greek vote was totally pointless
Greeks rejoiced when their Syriza-led government let them decide their own fate by giving them a vote on whether to accept the bailout the EU was offering them. But two days later, it is looking like the referendum was completely pointless. Greece was given the simple "Yes" or "No" ("Nai" or "Oxi" in Greek) choice on July 5, over whether it should accept a range of ...
- Italy's Renzi says he thinks Greek deal can be found in next few hours
Surprise headline from Renzi A deal within a few hours would be a major surprise. The euro is higher on his comment., which was in Brussels and broadcast by Sky. Meanwhile, Malta's Muscat is extremely pessimistic, saying he expected Greece to bring a proposal to the latest meeting. He said the next meeting is likely a 'waste of time'.
- Dijsselbloem: EG to hold conference call tomorrow to discuss Greek ESM request, says new ESM programme will have to be medium-term
- It only took two days for everyone to realise that the Greek vote...
Greeks rejoiced when their Syriza-led government let them decide their own fate by giving them a vote on whether to accept the bailout the EU ...
- Greece will not be getting any more cash from the ECB
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- Statement by Glenn Stevens, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision
At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 2.0 per cent. The global economy is expanding at a moderate pace, but some key commodity ...
- Greece PM Tsipras to present new plan at eurozone summit
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to present new proposals at a Eurozone emergency summit on his country's growing debt crisis. ...
- Germany, France press Greece to make credible proposals
France and Germany told Greece to come up with serious proposals in order to restart financial aid talks, raising pressure on Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to ...