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Greece does not mark the end of the euro debacle, merely the beginning
I well remember the furrowed brow of President Chirac, sitting amidst the splendid gilt furnishings of the Elysee Palace, as I explained to him in May 1998 why I thought the euro would not work as Europe's leaders intended.
Greece's Tsipras to meet Merkel, Hollande before summit - official  
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FRANKFURT, July 7 The European Central Bank cannot provide emergency funding to banks on "overly generous" terms or against insufficient collateral, it said in a document on Tuesday, spelling out strict terms for banks in Greece and elsewhere to obtain ...
David Cameron does not support proposals for a temporary price cap on energy tariffs, his spokesman has said, after the competition watchdog said the plan would lead to cheaper bills for 70 per cent of households.
... * Rolls-Royce falls for second day on broker downgrades. * Mining shares under pressure as metal prices fall. * ARM boosted by Morgan Stanley upgrade.
(MKS) were on the slide again after the group posted a subdued first quarter trading statement. Food sales did well during the period, up 3.2 per cent or 0.3 per cent on a like-for-like basis, and outperforming the wider UK market.
Hundreds of Chinese companies have halted trading in their shares as Beijing struggles to insulate the economy from the country's steepest equity decline in more than two decades.

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