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Dutch PM grilled on Greece, beats no-confidence bid
Dutch PM grilled on Greece, beats no-confidence bid

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte received a grilling in parliament for his cabinet's support for debt-ridden Greece's third international bailout.

Dutch PM grilled on Greece, beats no-confidence bid
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Cyprus fears next tranche of bailout funds at risk

Cyprus is unlikely to receive the next tranche of rescue funds from international lenders after apparently falling foul of them over new legislation.

Cyprus fears next tranche of bailout funds at risk
Slovenia's Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek. ©Reuters/Srdjan Zivulovic
Slovenia to receive banking bailout bill

Slovenia is to learn later this week if it has enough money to shore up its banks on its own or become the latest eurozone country to need outside help.

Slovenia to receive banking bailout bill
Toxic US corporate culture unchanged: TARP watchdog
Toxic US corporate culture unchanged: TARP watchdog

Five years after the US financial crisis forced the massive government TARP bailout, the US corporate culture remains toxic and breeding crime.

Toxic US corporate culture unchanged: TARP watchdog
Bailouts still key issue as eurozone finance ministers meet
Bailouts still key issue as eurozone finance ministers meet

Eurozone finance ministers meet in calmer times Friday but still need to ensure bailed-out member states meet their targets amid growing speculation some will need more help to get back on track.

Bailouts still key issue as eurozone finance ministers meet
Greece may need new bailout of 10bn euros
Greece may need new bailout of 10bn euros

Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras said that if Greece required a new bailout in 2014, it would be a "much smaller" package of around 10 billion euros with no austerity conditions attached.

Greece may need new bailout of 10bn euros
New government bailout for Australian auto industry
New government bailout for Australian auto industry

The Australian government Monday pledged a fresh Aus$200 million (US$177 million) bailout package for the car manufacturing industry.

New government bailout for Australian auto industry
Euro ministers in bid to finalise Cyprus bailout
Euro ministers in bid to finalise Cyprus bailout

Eurozone and EU finance ministers meet in Dublin from Friday to finalise the Cyprus bailout and consider extending debt repayment dates for Portugal and Ireland.

Euro ministers in bid to finalise Cyprus bailout
There are no deposits of Kazakhstan citizens in Cyprus banks: Marchenko
There are no deposits of Kazakhstan citizens in Cyprus banks: Marchenko

We don't see any deposits of Kazakhstan legal entities or individuals in Cyprus banks and our banks have no relations with Cyprus banks: Marchenko.

There are no deposits of Kazakhstan citizens in Cyprus banks: Marchenko
'Superhuman' efforts made to open Cyprus banks: governor
'Superhuman' efforts made to open Cyprus banks: governor

"Superhuman" efforts are being made to reopen banks in Cyprus on Thursday, as protests and uncertainty over the island's top lender showed a huge bailout has not ended its troubles.

'Superhuman' efforts made to open Cyprus banks: governor
Oil prices up in Asia on Cyprus bailout deal
Oil prices up in Asia on Cyprus bailout deal

Oil prices rose in Asian trade Monday after Cyprus and its international creditors struck a 10 billion euro bailout deal, averting collapse of the country's banking system.

Oil prices up in Asia on Cyprus bailout deal
Last-minute deal resurrects Cyprus bailout
Last-minute deal resurrects Cyprus bailout

EU and IMF officials struck a last-minute deal with Cyprus early Monday to resurrect a bailout for the island -- but one banking chain goes to the wall and major clients, who include many Russians, will take a giant hit.

Last-minute deal resurrects Cyprus bailout
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Japan, EU to hold phone talks on Cyprus, free trade

The Japanese and European Union leaders will hold telephone talks Monday to discuss the Cyprus bailout deal and plans to launch free trade negotiations.

Japan, EU to hold phone talks on Cyprus, free trade
Russians threaten to quit Cyprus over bailout levy
Russians threaten to quit Cyprus over bailout levy

Angry Russian residents of Cyprus are talking of giving up on the Mediterranean island over a eurozone bailout deal which they say unfairly targets their money.

Russians threaten to quit Cyprus over bailout levy
Eurozone still ready to help Cyprus after vote
Eurozone still ready to help Cyprus after vote

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades' office said he "fully respects" the decision and that he had had a "constructive" phone call with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, amid reports Cyprus was seeking alternative financing.

Eurozone still ready to help Cyprus after vote
Cyprus bailout talks won't wrap up this year: IMF
Cyprus bailout talks won't wrap up this year: IMF

Talks on a bailout for Cyprus are not expected to wrap up this year, the International Monetary Fund said Thursday.

Cyprus bailout talks won't wrap up this year: IMF
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Euro slips after buying on Greek rescue fizzles

The euro slipped in Asian trade on Wednesday after a buying spree sparked by Greece's bailout deal fizzled owing to lingering concerns over Europe's sovereign debt problems.

Euro slips after buying on Greek rescue fizzles
Spain tightens austerity screw in 2013 budget
Spain tightens austerity screw in 2013 budget

Spain's government unveiled Thursday a 2013 budget that tightens austerity even in the teeth of growing protests, easing the path to a widely expected sovereign bailout.

Spain tightens austerity screw in 2013 budget
Delays have left Greece with finance gap: Lagarde
Delays have left Greece with finance gap: Lagarde

International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said Monday that delays in implementing Greece's bailout program, including privatization, have expanded the country's financing shortfall.

Delays have left Greece with finance gap: Lagarde
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Belarus economy facing trouble despite Russian help

Belarus was bailed out of last year's dire economic crisis by its giant neighbour Russia but as the ex-Soviet state heads to parliamentary polls the economy is once again flirting with disaster.

Belarus economy facing trouble despite Russian help