Alkman Granitsas

Dow Jones Newswires

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Greece and Cyprus Bureau Chief for Dow Jones Newswires and a contributor to the Wall Street Journal

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As the  G-20  begins a meeting today in Mexico, with President Obama on hand, the big economic story is the election in Greece.  Markets around the world reacted positively at first to…

Greek Elections and the Impact on the Euro

As the G-20 begins a meeting today in Mexico, with President Obama on hand, the big economic story is the election in Greece.  Markets around the world reacted positively at first to…

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As the  G20  begins a meeting today in Mexico, with President Obama on hand, the big economic story is the election in Greece.  Markets around the world reacted positively at first to…

Greek Elections and the Impact on the Euro

As the G20 begins a meeting today in Mexico, with President Obama on hand, the big economic story is the election in Greece.  Markets around the world reacted positively at first to…

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After months of uncertainty and marathon talks last night in Brussels, the European Union’s finance ministers have approved a €130 bailout for Greece, the second in just two years.

Challenges for Greece after Debt Deal

After months of uncertainty and marathon talks last night in Brussels, the European Union’s finance ministers have approved a €130 bailout for Greece, the second in just two years.

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