Greece debt crisis live: Greek official says Juncker told 'preposterous lie' about pension cuts as world markets in turmoil Greek official: Greece won't pay €1.5bn IMF debt tomorrow • Germany, France, Italy Juncker, Cameron: Sunday's vote is euro ... price rises and the bond yields fall, remember again that bond price and yields move in opposite direction. Spanish bond ... 06/29/2015 - 5:58 am | View Link
Greece: Markets React — Live 10:56 am Gold rises on Greek fears...somewhat by Tatyana Shumsky ... but the risk of contagion is not the issue it once was. “The rescue policy of the euro members also shouldn’t be considered a failure per se, as the positive examples of Ireland ... 06/29/2015 - 4:34 am | View Link
Euro zone rebuffs Spanish talk of new Greek bailout Spain says Athens unlikely to recover market access by June * Athens successully rolls over 6-month T-bills but yield rises ... has angered euro zone partners with its sharp anti-bailout rhetoric. For the second time this week, Spanish Economy Minister ... 03/4/2015 - 12:05 pm | View Link
Euro rises amid talk of expanded ECB role The euro rose to a seven-week high against the US dollar yesterday (21 August), fuelled by speculation the European Central Bank could soon act to stem the region's debt crisis by lowering Spanish and ... letting the eurozone's rescue funds directly ... 08/21/2012 - 8:18 pm | View Link
Stock market rescue? Spain's bailout buoys stocks. If Greece leaves the euro, that will raise questions of whether other countries might, too. The Spanish rescue plan also doesn't address other critical issues. Take Italy, for example: government debt in the third-largest euro economy continues to pile up ... 06/11/2012 - 1:30 am | View Link
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European debt crisis The European debt crisis (often also referred to as the Eurozone crisis or the European sovereign debt crisis) is a multi-year debt crisis that has taken place in ... 06/28/2015 - 5:40 pm | View Website
So, this happened in Australia. And apparently, the man responsible doesn't give a damn.
A Northern Territory man decided to take matters of revenge into his own hands and drive his monster truck onto a love rival's black Holden commodore. On Monday, he boasted about the carnage on Facebook, which led to his arrest
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Image: Robert Turner / FacebookThe smash-up derby car driver kept the jokes rolling with multiple posts to his Facebook page, even after his arrest
Image: Robert Turner / FacebookPolice confirmed to the NT News the man has been identified as Robert Turner, 29, who has now been charged with criminal damage, driving unregistered and uninsured.
Tempers flared today during counter-protests over the Confederate flag at the South Carolina state house in Columbia just as the Ku Klux Klan was announcing plans for a pro-flag rally in the capitol city.
Klan members have filed a permit for a rally Saturday, July 18, at the state house to protest the proposed removal of the Confederate flag, according to The Post & Courier
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In response to the plan, South Carolina governor Nikki Haley issued a statement saying of the Klan: "This is our state, and they are not welcome." Read more
For many, Shazam is just a magic blue button that tells you what song is playing at the bar or on the radio. Considering how daunting a task being able to identify the world's music is, it does this very well. But, the company wants to be more than this.
At a event in TriBeCa Monday, the company announced a new feature where users of the app can follow their favorite artists and see what they're Shazaming.
Both Puerto Rico’s governor and his new advisor, who previously oversaw Detroit’s bankruptcy, agree that the Caribbean territory is broke. The question now is whether the island will be allowed to go bankrupt.
Sanaa (AFP) - At least 28 people, including eight women, were killed in an attack against the residence of two leaders of the Shiite Huthi rebels in Sanaa on Monday night, a Yemeni medical source said. The car bomb attack in the Yemeni capital was claimed by the Islamic State Sunni jihadist group in a statement posted online. Join the conversation about this story »
This is wild. When cameras try to capture guitar strings being played, they see wavelength-type movements from each string because of the camera’s rolling shutter effect. But it can only be seen on camera, the wild wiggly effect is totally blind to the naked eye. Not anymore! This Wobble Strings project recreates a camera’s rolling shutter effect to humans in real time through sweep line projection.