Greece’s bailout negotiations are as confusing and tense as ever on Thursday, but at least one key player in the talks is sure how things are going. There were brief reports of a staff-level agreement earlier (meaning that the technical teams had agreed on something which needed to be signed off by the political leadership), but German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble poured a massive bucket of cold water over those suggestions…
ACCRA, June 25 (Reuters) – Ghana’s cedi currency is expected to be steady next week due to increased central bank dollar sales, while other African currencies were also seen little changed.
DUBAI, June 25 (Reuters) – JP Morgan has hired Shakir Iqbal as head of cash equity sales for the Middle East, North Africa and frontier markets, the U.S. bank said on Thursday.
By Tanya Agrawal(Reuters) – U.S. stock index futures were higher ahead of a bunch of data on Thursday, a day after a broad decline in markets due to concerns of a Greek debt default.* Talks between Greece and its international creditors stumbled, with euro zone finance ministers accusing the country of refusing to compromise ahead of a deadline next week when an International Monetary Fund loan of $1…
BRUSSELS, June 25 (Reuters) – Greece’s international creditors gave Athens an ultimatum to come up with a credible reform plan on Thursday warning they would otherwise put their own proposals to euro zone finance ministers for approval.
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