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Jan 28, 2015

Germans in shock as new Greek leader starts with a bang

BERLIN, Jan 28 (Reuters) – In his first act as prime
minister on Monday, Alexis Tsipras visited the war memorial in
Kaisariani where 200 Greek resistance fighters were slaughtered
by the Nazis in 1944.

The move did not go unnoticed in Berlin. Nor did Tsipras’s
decision hours later to receive the Russian ambassador before
meeting any other foreign official.

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Jan 24, 2015

After wave of QE, onus shifts to leaders to boost economy

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Central banks have
done their best to rescue the world economy by printing money
and politicians must now act fast to enact structural reforms
and pro-investment policies to boost growth, central bankers
said on Saturday.

Two days after the European Central Bank launched a bold
bond-buying drive to revive inflation in the euro zone, a top
ECB official warned that Europe’s common currency project could
come unstuck if the bloc limped on with sluggish growth and mass
unemployment.

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Jan 22, 2015

Merkel warns Europe not to stray from reform path after ECB move

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 22 (Reuters) – German Chancellor
Angela Merkel warned fellow European leaders on Thursday not to
ease off on economic reforms after the European Central Bank
announced bold new moves to bolster growth in the euro area.

Speaking to a large audience at the World Economic Forum in
Davos, Switzerland, just as ECB President Mario Draghi was
unveiling a hotly anticipated bond-buying programme, Merkel said
she understood why the recent debate over ECB policy had been
controversial given vast amounts of liquidity already sloshing
around in global markets.

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