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Greek deal curbs volatility

The Corner | July 14, 2015 | Stocks and bonds’ behaviour will still depend on how the Greek crisis unfolds but macro and corporate results should start to gain some traction.

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Greek deal reached at last

The Corner | July 13, 2015 | After all-night talks in Brussels to reach a third bailout loan for Greece, a unanimous agreement was reached, European Council President Donald Tusk said.  “It’s a good step to rebuild confidence,” IMF head Christine Lagarde said as she emerged from the meeting.

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Greek deal – Not yet. Tough weekend ahead

LONDON | June 26, 2015 | Barclays | The lack of an interim deal between Greece and its creditors signals that the two sides remain divided despite being closer than they have been. Crucially, Greece agrees on pension savings worth 1% of GDP but it plans to get there mainly via higher contributions, while creditors prefer phasing out top-up pension payments and aggressively cutting early retirement. 


Bonds rise amid closer Greek deal

MADRID | June 3, 2015 | By Francisco López | Markets are still awaiting a possible agreement between Greece and its creditors. Stock markets are shivering one day, then the next one it’s the bonds’ turn to suffer, depending on the rumour of the day.