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By Mark O'Byrne | February 27, 2015
By Jan Strupczewski and Deepa Babington, Reuters | February 27, 2015
Eurozone monetary shakeups make Greece's short-term outlook less-than-ideal.
By Lefteris Papadimas and Stephen Brown, Reuters | February 25, 2015
By Nick Gentle and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg | February 24, 2015
Stocks went wild Tuesday as markets anticipated Yellen's address to Senate.
By Lananh Nguyen, Anchalee Worrachate, Bloomberg | February 20, 2015
The euro isn't doing so well, thanks to continued Greek uncertainty.
By Mark Gilbert, Bloomberg | February 17, 2015
Mark Gilbert explains why the standoff between Greece and its creditors have left us at "one minute to midnight" for the euro.
By Nikos Chrysoloras and Eleni Chrepa, Bloomberg | February 10, 2015
Greece and its creditors are holding an emergency meeting to figure out bailout conditions, but Europe isn't pleased.
By Nick Gentle and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg | February 3, 2015
After Greece retreated from its call for a debt writedown, stocks climbed in Europe, bonds rallied, oil gained, and the ruble surprised us.
By Phil Flynn | August 4, 2014
After global stock markets took a hit after a sub-par jobs reports and worries about Argentina and Portugal's banking system a bailout of Banco Espirito Santo is giving global markets a bit of a lift.
By James G. Neuger and Rainer Buergin, Bloomberg | July 8, 2013
Greece lumbered toward its next aid payout, possibly broken up into smaller installments and tied to additional economic reforms by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’s government.