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Greece in 'final stretch' for deal with creditors: PM
Greece in 'final stretch' for deal with creditors: PM

Greece is in the "final stretch" of talks for a deal with creditors on a new bailout, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said.

Greece in 'final stretch' for deal with creditors: PM
Pacific trade deal nearing completion despite delay, Kerry insists
Pacific trade deal nearing completion despite delay, Kerry insists

Asia-Pacific countries negotiating a vast free-trade pact are "nearing completion" of a landmark agreement, US Secretary of State John Kerry said.

Pacific trade deal nearing completion despite delay, Kerry insists
IMF approves $1.7 bn loan installment to Ukraine
IMF approves $1.7 bn loan installment to Ukraine

The International Monetary Fund announced the approval of a $1.7 billion loan installment to Ukraine despite uncertainty about the country's debt sustainability and a conflict with separatist forces.

IMF approves $1.7 bn loan installment to Ukraine
Spain raises pay before elections, warns on Catalonia
Spain raises pay before elections, warns on Catalonia

Spanish public workers will get a one-percent pay rise next year, trumpeting the country's economic recovery a few months ahead of a general election.

Spain raises pay before elections, warns on Catalonia
IMF says it will not join new Greece bailout right now
IMF says it will not join new Greece bailout right now

The International Monetary Fund said it would not join a new bailout program for Greece until conditions for debt sustainability.

IMF says it will not join new Greece bailout right now
IMF: Ukraine economic picture 'incredibly encouraging'
IMF: Ukraine economic picture 'incredibly encouraging'

Ukraine's government is determined to undertake long-needed reforms, making the economic picture in the country very encouraging.

IMF: Ukraine economic picture 'incredibly encouraging'
Clinton to urge Congress to lift Cuba embargo
Clinton to urge Congress to lift Cuba embargo

Hillary Clinton will urge US lawmakers Friday to lift the trade embargo against Cuba.

Clinton to urge Congress to lift Cuba embargo
Putin orders destruction of smuggled Western food
Putin orders destruction of smuggled Western food

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree ordering the destruction of Western food smuggled into the country in breach of an official embargo.

Putin orders destruction of smuggled Western food
Photo courtesy of c-ib.ru.
Over 30 countries interested in signing free trade agreement with EEU

Over 30 countries want to create a free-trade zone with the Eurasian Economic Union of Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

Over 30 countries interested in signing free trade agreement with EEU
A village dreams of Barack Obama's Kenyan homecoming
A village dreams of Barack Obama's Kenyan homecoming

"It's a business," said Hosea Owuor, a 30-year old market trader on Kisumu's Achieng Oneko Road. "Obama is a brand."

A village dreams of Barack Obama's Kenyan homecoming
Merkel rules out Greek haircut, open to debt relief
Merkel rules out Greek haircut, open to debt relief

German Chancellor Angela Merkel again ruled out forgiving some of Greece's crippling debt but said Berlin was open to a flexible repayment plan.

Merkel rules out Greek haircut, open to debt relief
Central Bank Governor Kairat Kelimbetov. Photo courtesy of ortcom.kz.
Kazakhstan expands tenge to US dollar exchange rate corridor

Kazakhstan’s central bank has expanded the tenge to US dollar exchange rate corridor.

Kazakhstan expands tenge to US dollar exchange rate corridor
Obama prods Ukraine on economic reforms
Obama prods Ukraine on economic reforms

President Barack Obama urged Ukraine on Monday to follow through with tough economic reforms in order to meet its commitments to the International Monetary Fund and other global lenders.

Obama prods Ukraine on economic reforms
Greek PM faces hard sell on bailout deal
Greek PM faces hard sell on bailout deal

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was Tuesday to hold meetings with his parliamentary majority, faced with the tough task of selling a new bailout deal.

Greek PM faces hard sell on bailout deal
Canada and Ukraine clinch free trade deal: report
Canada and Ukraine clinch free trade deal: report

Canada and Ukraine reached a free trade agreement that will be formally announced Tuesday during Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk's visit to Ottawa.

Canada and Ukraine clinch free trade deal: report
Dutch finance minister Dijsselbloem re-elected Eurogoup head
Dutch finance minister Dijsselbloem re-elected Eurogoup head

Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem was re-elected as head of the Eurogroup which coordinates policy for the 19-nation euro single currency area.

Dutch finance minister Dijsselbloem re-elected Eurogoup head
IMF 'ready to work with Greece, EU'
IMF 'ready to work with Greece, EU'

The International Monetary Fund said it stands is prepared to work with Greece and European Union partners to advance the third bailout effort for the country agreed early Monday.

IMF 'ready to work with Greece, EU'
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Kazakhstan in 10 World’s Worst Performers in Economy: Bloomberg

Kazakhstan ended up in the 10 World’s Worst Performers in Economy compiled by Bloomberg.

Kazakhstan in 10 World’s Worst Performers in Economy: Bloomberg
Eurozone leaders thrash out Greece bailout deal
Eurozone leaders thrash out Greece bailout deal

Time was running out to get a desperately needed debt agreement in place after 10 hours of talks in Brussels, with Greece's economy and banking system at risk of imminent collapse.

Eurozone leaders thrash out Greece bailout deal
Tsipras tells US Treasury Secretary deal must 'respect' Greeks
Tsipras tells US Treasury Secretary deal must 'respect' Greeks

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew his country wanted the eurozone to provide a bailout, but one that "respects the Greek people".

Tsipras tells US Treasury Secretary deal must 'respect' Greeks