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Greek reform list yet to take shape as talks with lenders continue
ATHENS/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Greece and its international creditors continued talks through the weekend on reforms to unlock loans and Athens sounded an upbeat tone, but the lenders said it could take several more days before a proper list of measures ...
Greece's Fate Lies in Athens' Hands, Not Berlin's  
UPDATE 1-Greek reform list yet to take shape as talks with lenders continue  
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Wrongdoers have hacked into tens of thousands of British Airways' frequent flyer accounts, however the travel giant claimed on Sunday that no personal information had been swiped.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Last fall, when the price of oil started dropping, fund manager Craig Hodges figured crude would rebound in 2015 and began buying shares of companies he thought would be unfairly hit, including construction company Primoris ...
Britain and the European Central Bank have ended a four-year battle over City of London clearing houses in a deal that could ease fears about the UK's future in Europe's single market.
IF I told you that the chief executive of a bank that had lost �264.2 million last year saw his pay packet increase by 78 per cent to �3.1 million, you would probably be aghast.
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