ATHENS - Now comes the hard part. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras may have won a victory at home on Sunday as the Greek people dealt a resounding “no” to European austerity policies.
(Updates prices, adds market context). By Aaron Sheldrick and Henning Gloystein. TOKYO/SINGAPORE, July 6 (Reuters) - Oil prices fell sharply in early trading on Monday after Greece rejected austerity measures demanded in return for bailout money and ...
Investors are steeling themselves for a rough ride Monday after Greek voters appeared to drive a deeper wedge between the country and its creditors, a move that piles pressure on stocks, bonds of some European countries and the euro.
Aetna and Humana are joining forces. The two insurance companies are amongst the largest in the insurance world already, but joining together makes them essentially the largest and most powerful insurance entity on the planet.
What Greece needs is what it joined the union for in the first place - reformed product markets and productivity growth driven by innovation and technological advance, writes Alan Mitchell.