Fitch: 2016 Stress Test to Highlight EU Bank Relative Resilience - Reuters UK ... still represent around 70% of eurozone banking ... country, and no Portuguese, Greek, Slovenian or ... of the impact of potential future ... 07/27/2016 - 10:20 am | View Link
Brexit may erase $1.6 trillion from global M&A, study says - Gulf News ... that fallout from a Greek exit from the euro could wipe as much as $1.4 trillion from future M&A. ... a significant slowdown in Eurozone growth ... 07/26/2016 - 11:00 am | View Link
How Small Businesses Are Dealing With the Global Uncertainty - Fortune ... not optimistic and enthusiastic about the future ; ... to cause further havoc for the Eurozone which is still struggling with the Greek debt ... 07/26/2016 - 4:10 am | View Link
Brexit may erase $1.6tr from global M&A — study - Gulf News Brexit May Erase $1.6 Trillion From Global M&A, Study Says - Bloomberg 07/25/2016 - 12:31 pm | View Link
The Real Economy Trumps Repubs' Dark Ages - Huffington Post ... are doing much better than the Eurozone because ... the wealthiest, thus preventing a Greek-style ... instead of spending much towards future ... 07/25/2016 - 11:22 am | View Link
Critical IMF report heralds new Greek bailout battle A new International Monetary Fund report has criticised the fund's management of the eurozone crisis and could make more difficult future talks with the EU over the Greek bailout. The IMF's own watchdog, called the Independent Evaluation Office ... 07/28/2016 - 8:33 pm | View Link
The Greek Crisis: Catharsis is still to come Currently, innovative, future-oriented industries with high value added are ... If Greece better capitalizes on its Eurozone membership and makes structural reforms, it will start attracting talents and investments that add innovative sectors to its ... 07/20/2016 - 11:26 pm | View Link
UK 'strikes deal' over Greek bailout Chancellor George Osborne said the "impregnable ring fence" had followed "tough talks" and would also apply to future eurozone rescue packages. Other non-eurozone countries would also be protected, the Treasury said. The announcement follows a row over the ... 07/16/2015 - 6:04 am | View Link
Greek referendum: No campaign storms to victory with 61.31% of the vote Greeks celebrate outside the Athens parliament Photograph: Stathis Kalligeris/Demotix/Corbis Greece’s future in the eurozone looks more perilous than ever, and the next 48 hours could be critical. On Monday, the European Central Bank will meet to discuss ... 07/4/2015 - 9:39 pm | View Link
Greek crisis opens Portuguese faultlines over future of eurozone No European leader has poured more scorn on the radical aspirations of the Syriza-led government in Athens than the prime minister of Portugal. Pedro Passos Coelho has dismissed Syriza’s bid to rewrite the rules on debt repayment and bailout conditions ... 02/15/2015 - 11:00 am | View Link
Maastricht 2.0: Safeguarding the future of the Eurozone ... Maastricht 2.0: Safeguarding the future of the Eurozone . Lars Feld, Christoph Schmidt, Isabel Schnabel, Volker Wieland . 12 February 2016 07/25/2016 - 3:08 pm | View Website
Yanis Varoufakis on the Future of Greece and the Eurozone Yanis Varoufakis discusses the Greek economy, austerity measures in the European Union, and challenges facing the Eurozone. 07/25/2016 - 5:57 am | View Website
Greek withdrawal from the eurozone The Greek withdrawal from the eurozone is the potential exit of Greece from the eurozone monetary union in the 2010s, primarily for the country or its government to ... 07/24/2016 - 6:41 am | View Website
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 been taking place ... 07/22/2016 - 12:27 pm | View Website
Eurozone Bulletin: Legal implications of the Greek debt crisis Eurozone Bulletin: Legal implications of the Greek debt crisis . 30 June 2015 07/22/2016 - 2:19 am | View Website
A federal appeals court ruled that a North Carolina law illegally targeted minorities with tougher ballot access rules, such as requiring photo identification to vote, adding a new partisan flashpoint in a swing state with a raft of hotly contested elections.
The ruling Friday by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals declared that the 2013 law violated the Constitution and the federal Voting Rights Act by targeting black voters "with almost surgical precision."
The law, passed two years after Republicans took control of the state legislature for the first time in a century, sought to entrench GOP politicians in power, the opinion by a three-judge panel of the court stated.
The decision overturned a federal district judge's April ruling that didn't find proof the law made it harder for minority voters to cast ballots.
The decision was lauded by Democrats, including presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, as a victory for democracy and decried by Republicans as an effort to tilt the balance in elections this fall that could be won by either party.
North Carolina legislators imposed the photo ID requirement, curtailed early voting and eliminated same-day registration and voters' ability to cast out-of-precinct provisional ballots in their home counties.
Jurors believed Morales, and prosecutors obtained a conviction against Guandique at his 2010 trial despite lacking a confession, witnesses or DNA evidence.
 for the past five years, while Guandique was imprisoned on what was to have been a 60-year murder sentence, defense lawyers accumulated new information that cast doubt on Morales' truthfulness.
On Thursday, prosecutors dropped all charges against Guandique, saying they had received evidence recently that would make it impossible for them to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
David Benowitz, a criminal defense attorney in Washington, said prosecutors have clear obligations to inform defense attorneys of any potential issues when they use jailhouse informants.
Brandon Garrett, a University of Virginia law professor who wrote a book detailing the degree to which false testimony from jailhouse informants contributes to wrongful convictions, suggests that such testimony should be banned altogether.
According to the suit, Burudi Mwonyoni's company allegedly defrauded consumers in the U. S. through a magazine subscription scam.
The $110,000 judgment covers civil penalties, attorneys' fees and other costs.
Eugenio Suarez tied a career-high with four RBIs and Brandon Finnegan pitched six scoreless innings to pace the Reds to their third victory in four games as the Padres were blanked for 12th time this season, tops in the majors.
San Diego, which grounded into four double plays, also had its 25-game home run streak snapped that tied the National League record set by the 1998 Braves.
Rookie left fielder Alex Dickerson, who had homered in four straight games, collided with center fielder Travis Jankowski on Cozart's drive into left-center and was forced to leave the game with a right hip contusion.
Phillips followed with an RBI single and Suarez chased in two more with a double to left-center for a 4-0 advantage.
Reds: RHP Homer Bailey (right elbow) will exit the disabled list and start on Sunday against the Padres.
Padres: RHP Tyson Ross (right shoulder, left ankle) continues to play catch, but there's no timetable for him to resume throwing from the mound.
Sierra Vista police say 27-year-old Alexander E. Smith, who is stationed at Fort Huachuca, was arrested Thursday on five counts of sexual conduct with a minor.
According to police, the department received an anonymous tip in early June alleging Smith's involvement with a minor.
Lodge managers and cafe owners along California's dramatic Big Sur coast were looking at a summer of jittery guests and cancelled bookings after fire officials warned that crews will likely be battling a wildfire raging in steep, forested ridges just to the north for another month.
Big Sur establishments were already reporting as much as a 50 percent drop in business, said Stan Russell, executive director of the chamber of commerce.
Highway 1 remained open, but signs along the narrow route warned travelers that all state parks in the area were closed because of the fire.
At the luxury Post Ranch Inn, where clifftop rooms that open to sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean go for more than $2,000 a night, general manager Kevin Geanides was offering refunds to guests canceling stays because of the wildfire.
In Idaho, a wildfire crossed a state highway and threatened a backcountry yurt outpost popular among winter recreationists.