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Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Most Asian markets climbed Tuesday on growing hopes that Greece and its creditors will finally hammer out a debt reform deal that will avoid a default and possible eurozone exit.
The euro slipped on Tuesday with investors adjusting positions as they waited for new developments in Greek debt talks.
Oil prices rose modestly on Monday as dealers focused on hopes for a Greek bailout deal and a possible return of Iranian supplies to an oversupplied global market.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Asian markets mostly rose Monday after Greece gave creditors new proposals on reforming its bailout, fueling hopes of averting a default and possible exit from the eurozone.
Oil prices edged higher in Asia Monday but gains were capped as dealers focused on crunch Greek debt talks as well as a possible return of Iranian supplies disrupted by international sanctions, analysts said.
The euro rose against other major currencies on Monday as new reform proposals by Greece fueled optimism that Athens may be able to clinch a bailout deal with its creditors and avoid defaulting on its debt.
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Putin: Russian pipeline project to help Greece pay its debt
Russian President Vladimir Putin said after Friday's talks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that a prospective Russian natural gas pipeline should help Greece service its debt, but the Kremlin said the question of direct Russian financial aid to Greece was not discussed.
Friday, June 19, 2015
A global airline association said Wednesday that it was scrapping its recommendation to reduce the size of carry-on bags for air travelers after an "intense" response in North America.
Asian markets mostly headed lower Thursday and the dollar retreated after the Federal Reserve said any rises in U.S. interest rates would be slow.
The dollar weakened Thursday as Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen pointed to weakness in the U.S. economy and cautioned that any rises in interest rates would be slow.
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