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Angela Merkel rules out Greece debt cuts as Syriza refuses to cooperate with troika
The German chancellor Angela Merkel has ruled out debt cuts for Greece, saying Athens had already been forgiven billions of euros by private creditors and banks.
Greece seeks EU allies on debt but Germany holds firm  
Germany's Merkel Says She Doesn't See Another Greek Debt Cut  
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(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.
MOSCOW�Russia's economy minister said Saturday that the country's gross domestic product is expected to shrink by 3% in 2015 with oil prices at $50 a barrel and an estimated capital outflow at $115 billion, Russian news agencies reported.
CAMBRIDGE, England�The European Central Bank's decision to launch a program of large-scale government bond purchases wasn't delayed by opposition from Germany, ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio said Saturday.
The ECB vice-president has launched a staunch defence of the central banks's quantitative easing programme, saying large-scale asset purchases were necessary to counter Europe's problem of insufficient demand.
Contrary to popular headlines, Jim Cramer thinks this stock is actually a steal. Many investors were left perplexed as the company reported a big miss in the headlines on Thursday night.

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