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Defiant Greek PM Alexis Tsipras vows to go ahead with referendum

European leaders ruled out any fresh debt offers before Sunday vote, fear a 'No' vote could cause exit of Greece from eurozone and further crisis.

Protect our investments: China to US

The US government moved into the second week of a shutdown on Monday with no end in sight.

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Indian economy to grow at 6% in current fiscal: Standard & Poor's

We now forecast that euro zone stays in recession this year followed by anaemic recovery in 2014: S&P

Spain ready for bailout,Germany signals ‘wait’

“The Spanish were a bit hesitant but now they are ready to request aid,” a European source said

Gold prices steady; euro zone concerns weigh

Gold traded little changed on Wednesday,after drifting down for two straight days.

European leaders’ breakthrough defied expectations

Europe’s leaders finally rose to the challenge,backing bold ideas to help weak countries and frail banks ravaged by a debt crisis that has crippled economic growth and threatened the global financial system

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Wall Street sinks on jobs data

Stocks fell dragged the Dow into negative territory for the year after dismal US jobs report.

W-St week ahead: Quest for golden cross

January has turned out strong for equities with just two trading days to go.

In referendum,Croatia votes 2 to 1 to join EU

The commission put the turnout at about 44 pe recent of eligible voters

Bank deposits at ECB reach year high

Banks from the 17 European Union countries that use the euro stashed 347 billion euros overnight with the European Central Bank

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