Tuesday, June 30, 2015

United States Roars Into the Final - The New York Times

United States Roars Into the Final - The New York Times:



 "MONTREAL — The United States advanced to the World Cup final on Tuesday with its most impressive performance in recent memory, notching a 2-0 victory over a top-ranked German team that had steamrolled its way to the semifinals."



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Monday, June 29, 2015

European Leaders Insist Greek Deal Is Still Possible - The New York Times

European Leaders Insist Greek Deal Is Still Possible - The New York Times:



 "BRUSSELS — Seeking to calm a whirlwind of uncertainty that has battered global markets, opened deep fissures in European unity and threatened to push Greece out of the eurozone, European leaders insisted on Monday that a deal was still possible to settle Greece’s spiraling debt crisis. But they gave no indication that this could happen before Athens runs out of cash to pay loans due on Tuesday."



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Greece’s Debt Crisis Sends Stocks Falling Around Globe - The New York Times

Greece’s Debt Crisis Sends Stocks Falling Around Globe - The New York Times:



"PARIS — Stocks fell sharply in Europe and Asia on Monday, and markets in New York appeared headed for a slump at the opening, as Greece’s financial difficulties spread worries about possible broader harm to the global financial system, and Chinese investors endured another topsy-turvy session."



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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Businesses Worry About Shouldering Burden of Greek Debt - The New York Times

Businesses Worry About Shouldering Burden of Greek Debt - The New York Times:



"THESSALONIKI, Greece — Thanos Tziritis, the chief executive of Greece’s largest building materials company, is proud of how his business survived the worst depression in the nation’s modern history."



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