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BERLIN (Reuters) - The German government is holding "concrete consultations" on what to do in the case of a bankruptcy of the Greek state, German newspaper Bild said, citing several people familiar with the matter.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's government on Monday played down the prospect of submitting a new counter-proposal as sought by lenders in order to resume negotiations after a breakdown in talks over the weekend.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's government is not considering printing a new currency, a government official said on Sunday, after opinion polls showed that Greeks are set to reject an aid package from creditors in a referendum.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold pared gains on Thursday after climbing from the prior session's four-month low as a recovery in Chinese shares cooled fears of a wider rout in the major bullion consumer while strength in the US dollar kept a lid on gains.
ATHENS: The Greek stock exchange will remain closed on Monday but might reopen on Tuesday after a one-month shutdown, official sources said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fund buying of Tenaga Nasional, Petronas Gas and plantations powered the FBM KLCI’s firm rebound in late Thursday morning trade, in tandem with the firm key Asian markets.
NEW YORK: Global oil prices were little changed for a second straight day on Thursday after better-than-expected U.S. jobs data helped the market hold ground after a 10 percent loss earlier in the week.
WASHINGTON: The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week and job cuts declined sharply in December, suggesting the labor market is tightening.