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The Volkswagen emissions scandal has rocked Germany's business and political establishment and analysts warn the crisis at the car maker could develop into the biggest threat to Europe's largest
Chinese stocks sank again on Tuesday, despite a rebound in markets elsewhere in Asia, as investors despaired at the lack of policy action from Beijing in response to recent data suggesting the do
Signs China's economic slowdown is deepening and weak growth in Europe and the U.S.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned on Thursday, hoping to strengthen his hold on power in snap elections after seven months in office in which he fought Greece's creditors for a better bailou
US employment rose at a solid clip in July and wages rebounded after a surprise stall in the prior month, signs of an improving economy that opened the door wider to a Federal Reserve interest rate
Greece will take another step away from full-on crisis mode on Monday by opening its stock market for the first time in five weeks, although immediate heavy losses are expected.
Greece's ruling Syriza movement backed a call on Thursday (30 July) from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to hold an emergency party congress as he seeks to assert his control over rebel lawmakers bal
Greece's most influential think tank warned on Thursday (23 July) of a sharp drop back into recession in a report that came hours after parliament approved a second package of reform measures aim
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras contained a rebellion in his left-wing Syriza party to win parliamentary approval on Thursday for a second package of reforms required to start talks on a fina
Whether it’s poorly run Greece or Air India, it’s always others who end up picking the tab, writes Ramesh Jude Thomas  
Greeks queued outside banks on Monday as they reopened three weeks after closing to stop the system collapsing, the first cautious sign of a return to normal after a deal to start talks on a new
The benchmark BSE Sensex extended its winning run for the second day on Thursday (16 July) surging almost 248 points to end at 28,446.12, a three-month high, amid sustained foreign capital inflow
The Greek parliament passed sweeping austerity measures demanded by lenders to open talks on a new multibillion-euro bailout package to keep Greece in the euro, but dozens of hardliners in the ru
The benchmark BSE Sensex on Wednesday (15 July) rallied over 265 points to close above the crucial 28,000 mark for the first time since July 7 on across-the-board buying amid fresh capital inflow
Greece's leftwing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faces a showdown with rebels in his own party on Tuesday furious at his capitulation to German demands for one of the most sweeping austerity packa
Indian market gave the Greece deal a big thumbs-up with the benchmark BSE Sensex r
Euro zone leaders clinched a deal with Greece on Monday to negotiate a third bailout to keep the near-bankrupt country in the euro zone after a whole night of haggling at an emergency summit.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras won backing from lawmakers on Saturday for painful reform proposals aimed at obtaining a new international bailout, but he faced a rebellion in his own party t
The BSE benchmark Sensex remained choppy throughout the session, ending the day nearly 88 points up at 27,661.40, due to fag-end buying by participants ahead of the announcement of key IIP data.
Snapping its two-day winning run, BSE benchmark Sensex on Tuesday (07 July) ended over 37 points down in a choppy trade at 28,171.69, weighed down by profit-booking in blue-chips.
Greece faces a last chance to stay in the euro zone on Tuesday when Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras puts proposals to an emergency euro zone summit after Greek voters resoundingly rejected the aust
The euro edged slightly lower in early Asian trading on Tuesday, but remained well off lows touched in the previous session ahead of a euro zone summit that investors hope might offer a way for G
The benchmark Sensex bounced back 115.97 points to close at 28,208.76 on late buying in some blue chips, led by healthcare, oil and gas, realty and FMCG sector stocks.  
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, whose forceful denunciations of creditors alienated many of his euro zone colleagues, resigned on Monday, saying Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras believed it
Asian stocks and the euro stumbled on Monday after a Greek vote against austerity measures endangered its future in the single currency and raised the risk of a full-blown crisis in the euro zone
Indian shares and bonds fell on Monday after Greeks overwhelmingly rejected conditions of a rescue package from creditors, raising fears foreign investors would ride out the uncertainty by paring
Greeks overwhelmingly rejected conditions of a rescue package from creditors on Sunday, throwing the future of the country's euro zone membership into further doubt and deepening a standoff with
Tens of thousands of Greeks took to the streets on Friday in rival rallies that laid bare the deep divide heading into a referendum that may decide the country’s future in Europe’s single currenc
The benchmark BSE Sensex on Friday (03 July) rose by 147 points to again rally past 28,000-mark, largely driven by gains in banking and capital goods stocks on renewed buying interest by foreign
European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio signalled on Friday (03 July) that the ECB could loosen funding to Greek banks if Greeks vote 'Yes' in a referendum on Sunday on whether or n


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