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 Rupee weakens 9 paise against dollar in morning trade

Rupee weakens 9 paise against dollar in morning trade

13 Jul 2015

Mumbai: The rupee depreciated by 9 paise to trade at 63.48 against the dollar due to fresh demand from importers and gains in the American currency against major currencies globally.

Rupee,   dollar,   Interbank Foreign Exchange,   American currency,   Greek crisis,   Latest business news,  
Greece seals new bailout deal to avoid euro exit

Greece seals new bailout deal to avoid euro exit

13 Jul 2015

Brussels: Greece reached a desperately- needed bailout deal with the eurozone today after marathon overnight talks, in a historic agreement to prevent the country crashing out of the European single currency.

Greece crisis,   Eurozone finance chiefs,   Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras,   France,   Greek parliament,   Latest business news,  
Markets get the blues on China, Greece; halt 3-week gains

Markets get the blues on China, Greece; halt 3-week gains

11 Jul 2015

Mumbai: A sharp downward correction in Chinese stocks and uncertainties involving Greece kept Indian markets on edge, which ended the week in the red. The global weakness meant benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty settled below the psychologically significant 28,000 and 8,400 respectively, reversing three weeks of gains.

Greece crisis,   Chinese stocks,   Indian markets,   Sensex,   NSE,   BSE,   Stock market,   Nifty,   Latest Business News,  
IMF give thumbs up to Greek bailout request: Source

IMF give thumbs up to Greek bailout request: Source

11 Jul 2015

Brussels: EU and IMF officials have given euro zone governments a positive assessment of Greece's request for a new bailout, a source close to the matter said, making it likely they will agree today to open talks on lending Athens tens of billions of additional euros.

IMF,   Greek gets bailout,   EU,   Euro zone,   Greece crisis,   Bailout,   Athens,   Latest World News,  
IMF 'ready to assist Greece if requested': Lagarde

IMF 'ready to assist Greece if requested': Lagarde

07 Jul 2015

Washington: International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said yesterday the global crisis lender would assist Greece if asked, a day after Greek voters rejected a prior bailout plan.

IMF assists Greece,   Christine Lagarde,   International Monetary Fund,   IMF Chief,   Global crisis,  Greece crisis,   Greek referendum,   Bailout plan,   Latest World News,   ,  
 Greek PM makes last-ditch attempt to stave off financial meltdown

Greek PM makes last-ditch attempt to stave off financial meltdown

10 Jul 2015

Athens: Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras appealed to his Syriza lawmakers today to back a fiscal plan in return for aid from creditors, a government official said, in a last-ditch attempt to stave off financial meltdown.

Exit to eurozone,   Greek Prime Minister,   Greek crisis,   Alexis Tsipras,   Greece debt,   Latest World News,  
Rupee edges up 6 paise against dollar

Rupee edges up 6 paise against dollar

10 Jul 2015

Mumbai: The rupee strengthened by 6 paise to 63.33 against the US dollar in early trade today at Interbank Foreign Exchange after the greenback weakened overseas after Greece submitted a fresh bailout plan.

Rupee,   paise,   dollar,   Greece crisis,   US dollar,   Interbank Foreign Exchange,   Latest business news,  
Oil prices rise in Asia but China, Greece cap gains

Oil prices rise in Asia but China, Greece cap gains

09 Jul 2015

Singapore: Oil prices rose in Asia today but remain subdued by concerns about the impact on demand from the stock market rout in China and Greece's debt crisis, analysts said.

Oil prices rise,   Asia market,   Chinese economy,   Greece crisis,   Stock market,   Latest Business News ,  
Greek banks to stay closed till Monday: Finance Ministry

Greek banks to stay closed till Monday: Finance Ministry

09 Jul 2015

Athens: Greek banks will remain closed until Monday, the Finance Ministry said as the government raced to come up with a new proposal to present to creditors in a last-minute drive to avert a eurozone exit.

Greek banks,   Finance Ministry,   AFP,   Greece crisis,   Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras,   Latest business news,  
Won't take blame at Asia migrant <strong>crisis</strong> talks: Myanmar

Won't take blame at Asia migrant crisis talks: Myanmar

29 May 2015

BANGKOK: Myanmar insisted it was not to blame for Southeast Asia's latest influx of 'boat people' at a regional crisis meeting today, as the United States said thousands of vulnerable migrants adrift at sea needed urgent rescue.

sia migrant crisis talks,   Southeast Asia influx,   migrants in Myanmar,   Rohingya Muslim minority,   Latest world news ,  

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