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  • Hey protesters: Look at what Europe just did to banks!

     
    The European Union's late-night deal to save Greece from defaulting on its bonds had two ugly elements for banks and other private investors in Greek debt. Those who resent the financial industry for recovering so much faster than anyone else......
  • Will Europe's rescue plan work? Watch the bond market

     
    The verdict on Europe’s latest attempt to end its government debt crisis may be most apparent in the continent's bond market Thursday. If investors sharply push up yields on the bonds of the Eurozone’s financially troubled states, it will...
  • Markets face new threat: Greek referendum on Europe rescue plan

     
    The euro continued to weaken in Asian trading early Tuesday after Europe’s financial-rescue plan suffered a fresh blow: Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou said he would hold a national referendum on the terms of Greece’s bailout package....
  • Dow falls nearly 300 points on fear of Europe debt deal blow-up

     
    U.S. stocks were pounded for a second day as Europe's government-debt crisis took yet another turn for the worse. The Greek prime minister’s surprise call for a national referendum on the country’s European bailout plan triggered selling in...
  • Stocks pare losses amid doubts on Greek referendum

     
    U.S. stocks and the euro currency rallied off their lows on Tuesday, after news reports from Greece suggested that the prime minister's proposal for a referendum on the Eurozone bailout won't pass parliament. The Dow Jones industrial average was off......
  • Greece, meet Compton

     
    Financial troubles in Greece; financial troubles in Compton. You can call it capitalism, but the people directly involved may have another name for it: self-preservation....
  • Greek politics in disarray after call for rescue-plan referendum

     
    Greek debt crisis: Greek politics were in disarray after a call for a referendum on the euro rescue plan....
  • G20 summit begins with scramble to salvage Greek bailout deal

     
    The Group of 20 leaders of the world’s major economies converged here Wednesday amid economic and political chaos over Greece’s debt crisis, forcing a typically choreographed gathering to proceed without a script as European leaders...
  • Greek opposition leader urges prime minister to resign

     
    Greek opposition leader urges prime minister to resign: Greece’s conservative opposition leader, Antonis Samara,s insisted Thursday that embattled Prime Minister George Papandreou resign and agree to swift elections by the end of the year....
  • Gold jumps as European Central Bank cuts interest rates

     
    Gold broke out to a seven-week high Thursday after the European Central Bank surprised markets by cutting interest rates....
  • Papandreou agrees to open talks for a new unity government

     
    Greece Papandreou government: Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou agrees to a unity government that likely will not include him as national leader....