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2 HOURS AGO - Zero Hedge

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Merkel Mocks Greece And The Referendum: There Is Money, But The Deal Is Much Harsher Now (And No Debt Haircut)

Another day came and went with no breakthrough in negotiations between Athens and Brussels as new Greek FinMin Euclid Tsakalotos reportedly showed up to Tuesday's Eurogroup with nothing to discuss.  With the ECB tightening the screws on Greek banks and the German finance ministry as well as German lawmakers tightening the screws on Angela Merkel, the Chancellor is drawing a hard ...

Tags: Merkel Mocks Greece And The Referendum: There Is Money, But The Deal Is Much Harsher Now (And No Debt Haircut),  Eurogroup Latest News

2 HOURS AGO - Zero Hedge

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Merkel Just Turned The Screws On Greece: There Is Money, But The Deal Is Much Harsher Now (And No Debt Haircut)

Another day came and went with no breakthrough in negotiations between Athens and Brussels as new Greek FinMin Euclid Tsakalotos reportedly showed up to Tuesday's Eurogroup with nothing to discuss.  With the ECB tightening the screws on Greek banks and the German finance ministry as well as German lawmakers tightening the screws on Angela Merkel, the Chancellor is drawing a hard ...

Tags: Merkel Just Turned The Screws On Greece: There Is Money, But The Deal Is Much Harsher Now (And No Debt Haircut),  Eurogroup Latest News

JUL 05, 2015 - Zero Hedge

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The "Nightmare Of The Euro-Architects" Is Coming True: JPM Now Sees Grexit, Eurogroup "Split In Coming Days"

Perhaps the best summary - or epitaph, some would say - of the shocking events that took place in Greece this afternoon, and the resultant falling dominoes that are about to be unleashed, was given by Slovakia's finance minister Peter Kazimir, who summarized events as follows: The nightmare of the 'euro-architects' that a country could leave the club seems like ...

Tags: The "Nightmare Of The Euro-Architects" Is Coming True: JPM Now Sees Grexit, Eurogroup "Split In Coming Days",  Eurogroup Latest News

44 MINS AGO - Yahoo! News

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Copper Prices Fall to 2009 Levels on China Fears

The markets pulled a last-minute surprise Tuesday, staging a comeback at the close after falling 217 points early in the day.

Tags: Copper Prices Fall to 2009 Levels on China Fears,  China Latest News

1 HOUR AGO - MarketWatch

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Over 20% of listed China stocks now in trading halt

Amid a heavy market selloff, 203 mainland-China-traded companies announce separately Tuesday that trading in their shares had been suspended.

Tags: Over 20% of listed China stocks now in trading halt,  China Latest News

9 HOURS AGO - USA Today

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China stock rout has earmarks of past crashes

The mounting stock market carnage in mainland China is reminiscent of past crashes.        

Tags: China stock rout has earmarks of past crashes,  China Latest News

5 MINS AGO - Zero Hedge

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Financial Nonsense Overload

Submitted by Dmitry Orlov via Club Orlov blog, “Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad” goes a quote wrongly attributed to Euripides. It seems to describe the current state of affairs with regard to the unfolding Greek imbroglio. It is a Greek tragedy all right: we have the various Eurocrats—elected, unelected, and soon-to-be-unelected—stumbling about the stage ...

Tags: Financial Nonsense Overload,  European Union Latest News

1 HOUR AGO - Zero Hedge

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The Greferendum Shocker: Tsipras "Intended To Lose" And Is Now "Trapped By His Success"

Call it game theory gone horribly chaos theory. It all started with a report by the Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, whose release of on the record comments by Yanis Varoufakis (which we noted was rather surprising) that Greece was contemplating a parallel currency and potentially nationalizing Greek banks over the weekend, was supposedly the catalyst that got the Greek finmin fired. ...

Tags: The Greferendum Shocker: Tsipras "Intended To Lose" And Is Now "Trapped By His Success",  European Union Latest News

JUL 06, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Greece Resoundingly Rejects Austerity In Referendum On Bailout Deal

Greeks on Sunday decisively rejected a bailout deal proposed by the country's international creditors, which demanded new austerity measures in return for emergency funds. The vote amounted to a stinging rebuke of the austerity measures imposed on Greece since 2010. The win for the "no" camp constituted a major victory for Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tspiras, who had campaigned heavily ...

Tags: Greece Resoundingly Rejects Austerity In Referendum On Bailout Deal,  European Union Latest News

5 MINS AGO - Zero Hedge

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Financial Nonsense Overload

Submitted by Dmitry Orlov via Club Orlov blog, “Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad” goes a quote wrongly attributed to Euripides. It seems to describe the current state of affairs with regard to the unfolding Greek imbroglio. It is a Greek tragedy all right: we have the various Eurocrats—elected, unelected, and soon-to-be-unelected—stumbling about the stage ...

Tags: Financial Nonsense Overload,  International Monetary Fund Latest News

1 HOUR AGO - Wall Street Journal

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IMF: U.S. Economy at Risk of Stalling If Rates Raised Too Soon

The Federal Reserve risks stalling the U.S. economy by raising interest rates too early, the International Monetary Fund warned Tuesday.

Tags: IMF: U.S. Economy at Risk of Stalling If Rates Raised Too Soon,  International Monetary Fund Latest News

JUL 06, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Greece Resoundingly Rejects Austerity In Referendum On Bailout Deal

Greeks on Sunday decisively rejected a bailout deal proposed by the country's international creditors, which demanded new austerity measures in return for emergency funds. The vote amounted to a stinging rebuke of the austerity measures imposed on Greece since 2010. The win for the "no" camp constituted a major victory for Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tspiras, who had campaigned heavily ...

Tags: Greece Resoundingly Rejects Austerity In Referendum On Bailout Deal,  International Monetary Fund Latest News

45 MINS AGO - Reuters

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Symantec in talks to sell Veritas storage unit to Carlyle: source

(Reuters) - Software security company Symantec Corp is in talks to sell its Veritas data storage business to private equity firm Carlyle Group LP , a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.

Tags: Symantec in talks to sell Veritas storage unit to Carlyle: source,  Veritas Software Latest News