Greece bond buyback priced to succeed

Dec 3, 2012 13:31 UTC

Greece plans  to spend €10bln buying back bonds as part of moves to reduce its ballooning debt. Reuters Athens correspondent George Georgiopoulos says the deal looks like it’s priced to succeed.

Read the full story of Greece’s bond buyback here.

160,000 bank jobs gone – and they aren’t coming back

Nov 16, 2012 12:32 UTC

Major banks have announced 160,000 job cuts worldwide according to research by Reuters investment banks correspondent Sarah White. And the chances are that most of those posts are gone for good.

Sarah White’s story on bank job losses can be read here.

Euro zone GDP: The only way is down

Nov 15, 2012 11:55 UTC

Euro zone growth beats forecasts in Q3, but the bloc is still back in recession and has little hope of growing its way out of the current debt crisis, says Reuters Breakingviews assistant editor Edward Hadas.

 

Spain’s “bad bank” could be bad news for developers

Nov 8, 2012 11:26 UTC

Spain’s “bad bank” could be bad news for the country’s property developers. Reuters correspondent Tom Bill explains why:

Tom Bill’s story on Spain’s bad bank can be read here.

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