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Jan 30 - Markets closed

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Greek government rejects any debt negotiations with 'anti-European' troika
Greece has rejected any further dealings with the troika, sparking fears of major tensions in negotiations with Europe in the weeks ahead and potential financial upheaval.
Greek finance minister: 'It's not about who will blink first'  
Greece's election  
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Euro zone consumer prices fell by an alarming 0.6% in January, accelerating further into negative territory and confirming deflation could be settling-in for the long term, EU data showed today.
Today it was announced that Qatar Airways has bought a 9.99 per cent stake worth $1.7 billion (�1.15 billion) in British Airways' owner International Airlines Group (IAG).
(Bloomberg) -- U.K. government bonds rose, pushing 10- and 30-year rates down to records this week, as investors sought higher-yielding alternatives to euro-area debt and on speculation Bank of England borrowing costs will stay subdued.
Washington: The US economy had its best year since 2010 last year even as the growth rate slowed in the final three months of 2014 with weak investment and surging imports along with other factors offsetting a burst in consumer spending.
We know there are a record number people in work, we also know that the average worker is feeling poorer than they did six years ago, as pay hasn't kept up with rising prices.

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