Greek Budget Leaves Creditors Unconvinced on Exit - BusinessWeek Greek budget aimed at weaning aid does not impress creditors - Malay Mail 10/6/2014 - 10:16 am | View Link
BlackRock Buys Short-Maturity Spain Debt on ECB Loans - Washington Post BlackRock Buys Short-Maturity Spain, Italy Debt on ECB Loans - Washington Post 10/3/2014 - 12:45 pm | View Link
Draghi Keeps QE Cheerleaders Waiting as ECB Stimulus Goal Stays ... - BusinessWeek Draghi Keeps QE Herd Waiting With Stimulus Goal Shrouded - Bloomberg 10/3/2014 - 11:27 am | View Link
Speech - European Commission ... that unfortunately is no longer with us ... experts in Europe and outside of Europe predicting Greek exit, predicting the implosion of the ... 10/3/2014 - 5:18 am | View Link
Draghi’s Buying Spree for the ECB Might Start Modestly - Yahoo! Finance Draghi’s Buying Spree for the ECB Might Start Modestly - BusinessWeek 10/2/2014 - 6:31 am | View Link
Three things about Greece you need to know Beyond that, most of the debt is owed to other governments, not to banks, so this is no longer a case of Greece bringing down ... Fears of a possible euro exit may also be pressuring the banks, because a euro exit would mean almost certain bankruptcy ... 10/15/2014 - 9:40 am | View Link
Fraught Greek bailout exit to test euro zone resilience Although there are timid signs the Greek economy may have turned a corner after receiving 240 billion euros ($303 billion)in bailout funds, the political centre may not hold much longer ... exit' like Ireland or Portugal," Xafa said. (1 US dollar = 0.7920 ... 10/13/2014 - 7:54 am | View Link
Fraught Greek bailout exit to test euro zone resilience BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Greece is not yet giving European leaders sleepless nights again, but as the euro zone's problem child approaches ... the political centre may not hold much longer. Prime Minister Antonis Samaras won a vote of confidence from ... 10/13/2014 - 3:46 am | View Link
Fraught Greek bailout exit to test euro zone resilience Greece is not yet giving European leaders sleepless nights again, but as the euro zone's problem child approaches the ... the political centre may not hold much longer. Prime Minister Antonis Samaras won ... (full story) 10/12/2014 - 10:49 pm | View Link
Fraught Greek bailout exit to test euro zone resilience Although there are timid signs the Greek economy may have turned a corner after receiving 240 billion euros ($303 billion) in bailout funds, the political center may not hold much longer ... Greece's giant 318.6 billion euro debt - 85 percent of it ... 10/12/2014 - 7:40 am | View Link
Greece Economy Watch There is no doubt that Greece's recent bond sale was an exciting and even invigorating moment for many people. The WSJ's Simon Nixon, for example, called it "a ... 10/16/2014 - 2:25 am | View Website
Should Greece Leave The Euro? | Economics Help Readers Question: Should Greece Leave the Euro? Arguments for and against Greece leaving the Euro. One thing is clear, the Greek situation is dire. 10/15/2014 - 10:47 am | View Website
Eurozone crisis The eurozone crisis (often referred to as the euro crisis or the sovereign debt crisis) is an ongoing crisis that has been affecting the countries of the eurozone ... 10/14/2014 - 2:09 pm | View Website
EXLUSIVE: EURO BANKNOTES UPDATE: Berlin printing new ... EU drawing up contingency plan for Greece leaving euro. The European Commission and the ECB are working on “emergency scenarios” in case Greece leaves ... 10/13/2014 - 7:01 am | View Website
Greek Selloff Shows Rush for Exit Recalling Crisis: Euro ... Greek Selloff Shows Rush for Exit Recalling Crisis: Euro Credit 05/19/2014 - 6:49 am | View Website
Some fear Abu Ghraib has all the makings for a takeover — it's majority-Sunni population long at odds with the Shiite-led central government over issues like discrimination, political exclusion and claims of widespread arrests and prosecution — some of the very issues that prompted many Iraqis in the country's north and west to embrace this radical alternative.
In 2004, the revelation that American soldiers had tortured detainees at the prison, formally known as Baghdad Central Prison, thrust Abu Ghraib into the limelight and would later become the scene of brutal insurgent attacks.
The serenity belies mounting tensions across this region as the Islamic State group continues to make gains against an embattled Iraqi military — despite the air campaign launched by the U.
A Montana judge will consider a plea agreement Wednesday that calls for a Colorado man to plead guilty to killing a high school teacher and burying her in a shallow grave in the Bakken oil patch.
The disappearance of Sherry Arnold when she went out for a jog in January 2012 shook this town of 6,200 near the North Dakota border and shone a harsh light on the darker side of the oil boom on the Northern Plains.
The plea deal with prosecutors filed Tuesday calls for a 100-year sentence for Spell and dismissal of an attempted kidnapping charge.
Defense attorney Al Avignone said he will ask for Spell to be sentenced to the state health department, which could allow him to serve his time in a facility for the mentally disabled.
Experts for the state and defense have testified that Spell is mildly mentally disabled.
The theater announced the purchase this week with Erkiletian Development Company after they reached an agreement with the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly.
The site will allow the theater to consolidate its rehearsal spaces, housing for artists and interns, costume and prop shops, classrooms and administrative offices in one location.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation's board of directors was to vote Wednesday afternoon to authorize a contract with Changchun Railway Vehicles to build 284 new subway cars for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
Changchun Railway Vehicles is a subsidiary of China CNR Corporation Limited, the Chinese government-owned enterprise that is the largest rail car maker in the world.
The rail cars, the first of which will be delivered in 2018, are expected to help increase the subway system's capacity and decrease passenger wait times.
In an unprecedented two-hour televised meeting, the students passionately explained why they had taken to the streets for more than three weeks to fight for greater democracy in the specially-run Chinese region.
The meeting also highlights the vast generational and political divide that needs to be bridged to end Hong Kong's biggest political crisis since China took control of the city 17 years ago.