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Greek FM says wants to attract new foreign investment
image ATHENS: Greece will look after investors' interests and wants to bring in new foreign investment, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis told a newspaper on Saturday after a turbulent week in which the new government halted a series of privatisations.
Greek government rejects any debt negotiations with 'anti-European' troika  
Greece says will not cooperate with 'troika' or seek aid extension  
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The collapse in oil prices has helped to push the euro zone deeper into deflation, strengthening the case for the European Central Bank's landmark decision to begin buying government bonds later this year to stave off a serious bout of falling prices in the ...
(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.
Labour has seized on the IFS figures as evidence that Britain was trapped in a 'cost of living crisis'. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images.
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.
By Nelson D. Schwartz Economic growth slowed at the end of 2014, but robust consumer spending during the final quarter of the year, which is expected to continue as Americans enjoy the benefits of lower energy prices, suggested that the economy was ...

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