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Greece given days to agree bailout deal or face banking collapse and euro exit
An EU flag waves above the ancient temple of Parthenon in Athens. Brussels has made it clear that Greece's financial fate will be decided quickly.
Greece debt crisis: Eurozone sets 'final deadline' for new plan  
Greece given 5-day deadline to avoid bankruptcy  
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BRUSSELS - The latest on the Greek financial crisis (all times Brussels local): ___. 12:25 a.m.. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says authorities are prepared for all eventualities in Brussels' drawn-out negotiations with Greece ...
... * FTSE closes down 1.6 pct at 6,432.21 points. * Rolls-Royce falls for second day on broker downgrades. * Mining shares under pressure as metal prices fall.
The Department for Transport has blown the whistle for a full-scale competitive tender for the country's busiest rail franchise.
George Osborne will on Wednesday announce a review of green energy taxes and subsidies in an effort to reassure consumers that the government is trying to tackle high energy bills after Britain's competition watchdog concluded that millions of people ...
Tom Hayes admitted he asked colleagues at UBS as well as traders and brokers at other firms to help him rig Libor rates, but insisted that his managers were fully aware of what he was doing.

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