By Olaf Storbeck
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Chris Gayle rediscovered his mojo in spectacular fashion on Tuesday with the first ever World Cup double century to drive West Indies to a 73-run victory over Zimbabwe in their Pool B clash at Manuka Oval.
Greece sent an economic reform plan to its EU and IMF creditors overnight, according to an EU source, and euro zone finance ministers will this morning see the list which is a condition for extending the country's bailout programme by four months.
Feb 24 (Reuters) - Titularly now the fastest-growing major
economy, India, having left China behind, is positioned for a
good year, both in its economy and financial markets.
I don't envy Judge Thomas Wheeler of the U.S. Court of Claims. Last week, the Justice Department and former AIG chief Maurice Greenberg filed hundreds of pages of post-trial briefs in Greenberg's multibillion-dollar Fifth Amendment case, which alleges that the government engaged in an unconstitutional taking when it received about 80 percent of AIG's equity in exchange for bailing the company out of a near-death liquidity crisis in 2008. Wheeler, who oversaw a six-week bench trial last fall, featuring testimony from officials who led the government's response to the financial crisis, now has to wade through the two sides' competing versions of both the facts and the law.