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‘Europe can't afford to let Athens go under’

Europe will lose a trillion euros if it allows Greece to go under, the country's finance minister said, accusing creditors of 'terrorising' Greeks.

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Divided Greece heads into referendum

Rival rallies laid bare the deep divide heading into a referendum that may decide Greece's future in Europe's single currency.

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IMF praises Moz economic performance

The International Monetary Fund has commended Mozambique’s economic performance where resources have propped up the country’s projects.

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Greece looks for help after default
July 1 2015 at 09:58

Greece is appealing to its euro zone partners and the European Central Bank to keep it afloat.

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European shares bounce back
July 1 2015 at 09:41

European shares tracked gains on Wall Street and in Asia on Wednesday morning.

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ECB ups the pressure on Athens
July 1 2015 at 09:24

The European Central Bank’s Benoit Coeure says a Greek exit from the euro zone cannot be ruled out.

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Greece set to resume talks
July 1 2015 at 06:33

Greece has lurched deeper into crisis after defaulting on its payment to the International Monetary Fund.

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Telecoms: Facebook to open SA office
July 1 2015 at 04:50

North America has a population of about 500 million, and two-fifths of them are on Facebook.

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EU leaders warn against cost of compromise on Greece
July 1 2015 at 04:42

For Europe, compromise with Greece looks increasingly costlier than contagion.

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Mining: DRC discloses sale to Mutanda
July 1 2015 at 04:39

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s Gecamines disclosed the sale of a copper mine to Glencore’s Mutanda unit after the International Monetary Fund and the Carter Center criticised its lack of transparency.

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Nigerian bourse prepares for trading of global stocks
July 1 2015 at 04:37

Nigerians will soon be able to invest in stocks such as Apple and LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton in their local currency at their local bourse.

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Naspers has Nigeria and Turkey in its crosshairs
July 1 2015 at 04:25

Naspers is rewriting the “Bric” acronym to include Nigeria and Turkey among the world’s best emerging markets as China and Russia lose some lustre with Africa’s most valuable company.

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China’s move to shore up stock market spurs rally
July 1 2015 at 04:23

China’s financial industry joined the nation’s securities regulator in moving to shore up the nation’s $7.7 trillion (R94.5 trillion) stock market, spurring the biggest rally in more than six years.

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