LONDON, June 23 (Reuters) – When veteran California rock
band the Eagles hit the stage in London at the weekend, there
was no pretence about why people had come to see them or what
the band was expected to do.
It was a case of play the songs we know, dudes, and please
don’t change anything.
Turkish criminal court orders release of 230 military convicted in 2012 of plotting to topple Prime Minister Erdogan
IMF to deliver annual health check of euro zone today. Sources tell us it wants ECB take idea of money printing QE seriously vs deflation
Lisbon may have to do without last tranche of EU bailout money and raise it from bond market. No problem if recent issues anything to go by.
Euro zone finance ministers meet today.May look at Portugal where court has rejected som austerity measures. Last bailout payment at risk.
Spain’s King Felipe sworn in today. It is NOT true his father abdicated so he could watch more of Spain at the World Cup
What did Draghi say today 2) Institutions, politicians pushing it to act risk undermining ECB credibility by implying it not independent.
What did Draghi say today – 1) ECB ready to take action in June if new projections warrant it. No details of what
LONDON, May 7 (Reuters) – Blues songs are traditionally
about women who have done you wrong, working on a chain gang, or
being brought low by booze – but what about Christians and
Muslims killing each other?
John Mayall, often dubbed the “godfather” of British
electric blues, touches on just this in “World Gone Crazy”, a
track on a retrospective album of newly recorded songs he is
putting out this month to celebrate turning 80 last year.