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Carnage on the Greek stock market

Carnage on the Greek stock market

The sea of red is not unexpected, but still augurs very ill for Greece.

 

Also in the news:

Women and older workers are staying in jobs longer

Women and older workers are staying in jobs longer

28 July 2015

But more young people are in 'insecure' work.

 
 
Companies can't hire staff because of the cap on skilled migrants

Companies can't hire staff because of the cap on skilled migrants

17 July 2015

Vacancies are being left unfilled as there aren't enough Tier 2 visas to go round.

 
 
Why is Mark Carney thinking of hiking interest rates soon?

Why is Mark Carney thinking of hiking interest rates soon?

17 July 2015

The Bank of England governor anticipates rates will rise 'at the turn of this year', but the timing may have some scratching their heads.

 
 
Politicians are oblivious to their own business policies

Politicians are oblivious to their own business policies

16 July 2015

A remarkable number of MPs haven't even heard of several schemes to boost entrepreneurs.

 
 
Will Greece get the debt relief it needs?

Will Greece get the debt relief it needs?

16 July 2015

The controversial bailout is in motion, but no one has got to grips with what could be the most important issue.

 
 
IMF sticks a knife into the Greece bailout deal

IMF sticks a knife into the Greece bailout deal

15 July 2015

The fund said it might not be able to take part in the next rescue if there isn't debt relief.

 
 
Greece: This is only the beginning

Greece: This is only the beginning

14 July 2015

The marathon will-they, won't-they negotiations are over, but there is no guarantee this is the end for the stricken country.

 
 
Sajid Javid is wrong about international students

Sajid Javid is wrong about international students

10 July 2015

The business secretary says non-EU students should leave after they're done studying. That's a loss to the UK.

 
 
Who will win the Greek debt war?

Who will win the Greek debt war?

10 July 2015

Greek PM Tsipras has submitted reform proposals that appear to give European creditors everything they want, but he may have the last laugh.

 
 
Why 'time is running out' to fix long-term unemployment

Why 'time is running out' to fix long-term unemployment

09 July 2015

The world of work has changed since the financial crisis, says the OECD.

 
 
Budget 2015: Businesses will have to pay 'living wage'

Budget 2015: Businesses will have to pay 'living wage'

08 July 2015

George Osborne delivered the first full-Tory budget for nearly two decades this afternoon.

 
 
Greece's last, final hope of staying in the Euro could be France

Greece's last, final hope of staying in the Euro could be France

07 July 2015

Francois Hollande is doing his best to placate Angela Merkel, but his best may not be enough.

 
 

The MT interview: Gareth Penny

The boss of the world's dominant diamond business

Gareth Penny, De Beers Group CEO, predicts a sparkling return to form

 
 

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