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Europe warns Greece on austerity

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EU tells Greece its place in the eurozone is at risk without ongoing austerity pledge.

European stocks lower on Greece

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European stock markets slide as fresh doubt cast over Greece's international bailout.

Tsipras sworn in as Greece PM

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Leader of anti-austerity party sworn in as youngest Greek prime minister in 150 years.

Greek stocks open down 2%

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Greek stock market slumps after anti-austerity party Syriza sweeps to victory in general election.

US investors fear rough ride

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The forecast election victory of the Greek anti-austerity party sparks market uncertainty.

Leftist Syriza wins Greek election

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Party clinches coalition deal to gain clear majority in rebellion against austerity measures.

Draghi's dose of QE won’t be enough to save the European patient

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The eurozone economy won’t get back on its feet until fiscal policy starts working in conjunction with monetary policy.

Russia has 9000 troops in Ukraine: Poroshenko

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Ukrainian President says Russian soldiers are backing up rebels in country's separatist east.

Why a Grexit would be worse than default

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The direct losses for Germany and other euro-area countries would likely be much larger if Greece were to exit the eurozone than if it stays.

Germany has lost the QE fight

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Now the ECB will follow the US by forgetting moral hazard and simply giving money to those who wasted it in the first place.

The fallout from Switzerland's currency shocker

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In the short term there are going to be winners and losers among traders, banks and hedge funds, but the move could have a much bigger impact down the line.

The nod-and-wink lender of last resort

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How unlimited are 'unlimited' purchases of sovereign bonds, and can the ECB legally accept losses on par with private creditors?

Don't be too concerned about deflation in the UK

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Everyone is concerned about the rising risk of deflation in the eurozone, but there are a few reasons why the same worries don't apply to the UK.

World leaders join Paris march

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Dozens of world leaders stand arm in arm while leading a defiant march through Paris.

Is Britain headed back to the 1930s?

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As campaigning ahead of the UK’s May poll picks up pace, the Conservatives are vulnerable to voter unease about the future of the hallowed NHS.

Terror attack leaves 12 dead in Paris

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French authorities identify three suspects after shooting at magazine office.

Merkel's U-turn on Greece reveals Germany's real motivation

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German power politics kept Greece in the eurozone -- and now German power politics may kick Greece out.

Stakes rise in Greek stalemate

Greek PM's presidential candidate fails in second round vote, third round due next week.

Ukraine takes step toward NATO

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European nation's historic move stokes tensions with Russia ahead of crucial talks.

EU launches new trade dispute with US

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Subsidies for Boeing's new 777X jet program at centre of dispute.

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