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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Why Americans might start hoarding Greek olives

American businesses with exposure to Greece are preparing for the worst, after Greek voters on Sunday rejected more cost-cutting measures and an ...


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Greece keeps banks shut as Europe tightens the strings

The extension of the week-long bank holiday came after the European Central Bank turned down a request from Greece to provide more emergency ...


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Yep, Greece and Miami metro have about the same GDP

With the referendum results all in, the possibility that Greece might ditch the Euro, the European Union's common currency, became more likely than ...


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Europe's time to decide: Save Greece or not?

Greece Crisis: European leaders meet Tuesday for an existential decision about Greece. Should they give ground to Greece and risk undermining the principles of the euro, or stand firm and risk the first exit from the 16-year old currency.


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Greek, other euro leaders set for new round of talks

FM Yanis Varoufakis resigns. Germany's Merkel stresses Greece to take responsibility.         


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Greek crisis intensifies: Tourists begin to worry

"I will say that we have not had any further new requests to go to Greece since the news broke that the Greek government might not accept the EU's ...


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EU's Oettinger says Greece likely to issue IOUs, could pave way to Grexit

Germany's EU commissioner told German newspaper Bild that the Greek government would probably have to start issuing IOUs to pay wages and pensions and settle outstanding accounts, and that would render Greece unsuitable to remain in the currency union. Greece has not, however, started to issue IOUs for these purposes and it has not been declared insolvent. "An insolvent country that introduces a parallel currency does not fit into the euro zone," the commissioner, Guenther Oettinger, said in an interview due to be published on Tuesday.


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