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Greece debt crisis: Alexis Tsipras insists Sunday referendum still on – live

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Greek PM is pressing on with weekend vote, as eurozone finance ministers assess Athens’ request for a third bailout Tsipras: No doesn’t mean Grexit Tsipras speech: highlights start here Referendum fails international standards Tsipras makes concessions in search for new deal Merkel says no negotiations before referendum Greek manufacturing shrinks again 3.49pm BST Alexis Tsipras [...]

Cameron promises Heathrow decision by Christmas amid Tory civil war

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Decision is particularly difficult for PM because he unequivocally ruled out a third runway in 2010, and now faces prospect of cabinet resignations David Cameron will resolve his dilemma on whether to back a third runway at Heathrow by the end of the year, but faces the prospect of cabinet resignations and having to rely [...]

Decisions that will shape Greece’s future are being made in Frankfurt

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Analysis: Athens knows that without support from the ECB, capital controls and withdrawal limits would just be the start When Alistair Darling was faced with the hair-raising news in autumn 2008 that Royal Bank of Scotland was on the brink of being forced to close Britain’s cash machines, there was never a serious doubt that, [...]

Buy-to-let boom could jeopardise financial stability, says Bank of England

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Looser lending requirements for landlords could bolster house prices but also exacerbate falls if borrowers need to sell when interest rates rise, Bank says The buy-to-let boom could pose a risk to financial stability, the Bank of England said on Wednesday as it prepared to embark on a review of the potential pitfalls of the [...]

Greek debt: Merkel dismisses Tsipras’s last-ditch compromise plan

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German chancellor reiterates stance of no new negotiations with Athens until after Sunday’s referendum on bailout Germany has dismissed a last-ditch compromise plan from Greece that bowed to some key demands of its creditors. In an address to the Bundestag, the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, reiterated her stance that there was no point in having [...]

Greek pensioners queue at dawn as banks allow a €120 withdrawal

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Banks across Greece opened on Wednesday to allow pensioners without debit cards limited access to their funds Greek pensioners began queuing before dawn at up to 1,000 banks around the country which opened on Wednesday to let them collect the €120 (£85) they will be allowed this week. Hours after Greece’s bailout programme with its [...]

Kipper Williams on Greece’s missed IMF loan repayment

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Athens has failed to make its €1.5bn loan repayment to the IMF, despite getting a little longer to repay it, courtesy of the one-second add-on to the atomic clock – not the troika Continue reading…

Greek crisis: risks to the UK banking system have increased, says Mark Carney – video

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The governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney says risks to the UK banking system have increased because of the Greek debt crisis. Setting out its half-yearly assessment of the risks to the UK financial system on Wednesday, the Bank is concerned that the Greek situation could force investors to reconsider the risks of [...]

Greek crisis: pensioners queue for retirement cheques – video

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Pensioners queue outside Greece’s national bank in Athens on Wednesday to collect their retirement cheques. The country has re-opened 1,000 branches for OAPs who do not have ATM cards. Banks are expected to remain closed for other purposes until 6 July, as part of capital controls imposed this week after the European Central Bank froze [...]

For AGMs to work the public must ask hard questions and leaders must listen

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Annual general meetings are a good way for companies to open a dialogue with investors, but it is important the opportunity is not wasted As the season in which public companies hold their annual general meetings progresses, one persistent issue is the lack of genuine dialogue between company officials and the general public. In place [...]

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