Euro Bailout Fund News
Bailout negotiators get go-ahead to return to Greece
Greece and its European creditors agreed Monday to resume talks on what economic reforms the country must make next in order to get the money it needs to avoid bankruptcy and a potential exit from the euro this summer
No New Bailout Plan for Greece at Eurozone Summit
Greek officials, led by the country's new finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos, did not unveil a new bailout proposal at an emergency Eurozone summit in Brussels Tuesday.
The Global Note: Egypt Votes…Iran "Summit"…Pakistan's CIA Doctor Sentenced…"Gay" Penguins
EGYPT: HISTORIC VOTE -BIG PICTURE…It’s the Arab world’s first competitive presidential election – a true watershed in the “Arab Spring” – and the “greatest prize won in last year’s uprising”, as an AP writer puts it. As Alex MARQUARDT reports from Cairo, millions of Egyptians...
Home Prices and Goods Orders Drop
And there is the opening bell for this Tuesday February 20 hi everyone I'm Stephanie in New York we have breaking news this morning. Orders for so called a durable goods have lost launched their biggest drop in nearly three years so joining me now to discuss all the business headlines. Is Alan
IRS Delays Refunds: Morning Business Memo
Some taxpayers who filed early this year may have to wait a week longer than expected to get their refunds. The IRS has been tweaking its computer systems to prevent refund fraud. A spokeswoman says the delay only affects taxpayers who filed returns before Jan....
Europe in the Last Chance Saloon
European leaders are meeting again on Friday to negotiate a way out of their debt crisis and restore the credibility of the euro currency. Or so they hope. If they fail, economists say the shockwaves could derail the U.S. recovery. You’d be forgiven for thinking...
Standard and Poors Threatens European Downgrade
Dow futures were up this morning ahead of the bell joining me now to discuss all the business headlines at this hour she without horizon from Bloomberg TV morning great to see you. Good morning Stephanie to be here so with some breaking news we got just about half hour ago Standard and Poor's is
Is The Newt Boom Here To Stay? (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) That’s the question everyone is asking after seeing the results of polls in Iowa and South Carolina this morning that appear to represent fresh evidence of “Newtmentum” not only nationally but in key states. Just take a...
Morning Business Memo
European bond rates are lower this morning with optimism about a “grand deal” to reduce the threat of financial disaster and a breakup of the Euro currency. The yield on Italian 10-year and 5-year bonds has dropped sharply in the past week. Italy’s Prime Minister...
Eurozone Crisis To Take Center Stage At G20
President Obama heads to Cannes, France, today as the Eurozone crisis and the upcoming Greek referendum take center stage at the G20 summit. All eyes will be on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who are leading the effort to avoid a...