Dollar Weakens Further As Eyes Turn to US, Europe data
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Dollar Weakens Further As Eyes Turn to US, Europe data

The dollar extended the previous day´s losses against the yen and euro in Asia Thursday…

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Spaniards rage against austerity near Parliament
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Spaniards rage against austerity near Parliament

MADRID: Spain’s government was hit hard by the country’s financial crisis on multiple fronts Tuesday…

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Eurozone crisis: ECB’s Draghi disappoints markets
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Eurozone crisis: ECB’s Draghi disappoints markets

European markets have fallen after the European Central Bank president Mario Draghi said the bank…

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Quest: Why survival of the eurozone depends on leaders spinning plates
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Quest: Why survival of the eurozone depends on leaders spinning plates

London: I have often thought of European officials as the proverbial “plate spinners” from the…

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Fattening funds by sms
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Fattening funds by sms

xMighty financial institutions like the European Central Bank, Federal Reserve and other authorities in some…

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Greece bailout: Eurozone calls for tighter oversight
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Greece bailout: Eurozone calls for tighter oversight

The eurozone requires much tighter oversight of Greece’s finances, the head of the Eurogroup has…

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Amid clashes, Greek Parliament approves austerity measures
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Amid clashes, Greek Parliament approves austerity measures

Greece:  Lawmakers in Greece voted early Monday to approve another round of austerity measures, sought…

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$27b for euro-hit nations
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$27b for euro-hit nations

WASHINGTON/DAVOS: The World Bank said on Wednesday that it was making $27 billion available for…

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