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Greeks remain surprisingly optimistic over prospects of new deal
As Alexis Tsipras heads to Brussels to try to restart talks with Greece's exasperated creditors, many Greeks remain surprisingly optimistic about the chances of a new deal being forged, despite grave warnings from Berlin and Brussels that patience has ...
The Latest: Greece's New Finance Minister Arrives for Talks  
Euro below $1.10 as traders await new Greek proposals  
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BRUSSELS—A summit of eurozone leaders Tuesday night won't bring a solution to Greece's financial crisis, the president of the European Commission said, indicating that if the country is to stay in the eurozone it will take lengthy negotiations.
Three years ago, eurozone bond markets almost ripped Europe's monetary union apart. Not this time. Even as the risks of Greece being thrown out of the eurozone have escalated, bond market reaction has remained tame.
R: You should pay attention. The Competition and Markets Authority has found householders like you are overpaying for energy by �1.2bn a year.
A shake-up of Sunday trading laws appears on the cards, with the government considering making it easier for big stores to open longer than the six hours currently permitted.
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