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B. 2017-02-20 HSBC shares down as full year profit falls 62% London
2. 2016-12-22 Italy approves bailout for Monte dei Paschi Rome
2016-08-30 Apple should pay up to 13bn in back taxes European Union
E. 2016-06-24 Moody's cut UK's credit outlook to 'negative' United Kingdom
5. 2016-06-05 Switzerland 'rejects basic income', poll projections suggest Switzerland
6. 2016-05-24 Greece bailout: Eurozone agrees 'breakthrough' debt deal Brussels
H. 2016-03-10 ECB reveals surprise stimulus moves European Union
I. 2016-02-15 Mario Draghi seeks to calm fears over European banks European Union

Recent Summary.     Click for More > PM vows to slash huge government deficit Switzerland eases banking secrecy UK bank rescue package imminent Rogue trader to cost SocGen $7bn G8 ministers back Africa debt deal   Euro mark celebrations  People lined up in freezing temperatures to get a jump on the most ambitious currency swap in history
Banks reopen after three-week shutdown Debt crisis: Greek voters reject bailout offer   With almost all the ballots counted, results from the Greek referendum show voters decisively rejecting the terms of an international bailou... IMF payment missed as bailout expires   Greece has missed the deadline for 1.1bn payment to the International Monetary Fund, hours after eurozone ministers refused to extend its b... Greek debt crisis: Banks to remain shut all week   The Greek government has confirmed that banks will be closed all week, after a decision by the European Central Bank not to extend emergency... Greece crisis: Eurozone refuses bailout extension Greece agrees deal with eurozone Vulnerable European banks identified Deal reached in Cyprus bailout talks Eurozone agrees Cyprus bailout deal Spanish bank bailout request welcomed Greece confirms debt deal success EU leaders reach eurozone agreement UBS: 'Unauthorized' trades cost us $2 B Portugal seeks bail-out from EU Europe's big banks pass stress tests EU approves $560B crisis fund Budget crisis is like wartime situation - PM


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  Banks reopen after three-week shutdown   Greek banks are set to reopen after three weeks of closures sparked by the deadlock over the country's debt Debt crisis: Creditors press for new proposals   Debt crisis: Greek voters reject bailout offer


February 2017 ... more > Top ^
Feb.20  London  HSBC shares down as full year profit falls 62%


year 2016 Top ^

Dec.22  Rome  Italy approves bailout for Monte dei Paschi
Aug.30  European Union  Apple should pay up to 13bn in back taxes
Jun.24  United Kingdom  Moody's cut UK's credit outlook to 'negative'
Jun.5  Switzerland  Switzerland 'rejects basic income', poll projections suggest
May.24  Brussels  Greece bailout: Eurozone agrees 'breakthrough' debt deal
Apr.2  Athens  Greece challenges IMF over 'debt transcript leak'
Mar.10  European Union  ECB reveals surprise stimulus moves
Feb.15  European Union  Mario Draghi seeks to calm fears over European banks


year 2015 Top ^

Sep.7  Moldova  Moldova protest camp in Chisinau over $1bn bank fraud
Jul.19   Greece
Jul.8  Greece  Banks stay shut as endgame looms
Jul.6  Athens  PM Tsipras to present new plan at eurozone summit
  Greece
Jul.5   Greece
  With almost all the ballots counted, results from the Greek referendum show voters decisively rejecting the terms of an international bailout.    61% of those whose ballots had been counted voting 'No', against 39% voting...
Jul.4  Athens  Varoufakis accuses creditors of 'terrorism' Jun.30   Athens   IMF payment missed as bailout expires
  Greece has missed the deadline for 1.1bn payment to the International Monetary Fund, hours after eurozone ministers refused to extend its bailout
Jun.28   Athens   Greek debt crisis: Banks to remain shut all week
  The Greek government has confirmed that banks will be closed all week, after a decision by the European Central Bank not to extend emergency funding
  Greece Greek banks will not open Monday   West Germany Greek debt crisis: ECB not raising funding limit Jun.27   European Union Greece crisis: Eurozone refuses bailout extension   Eurozone finance ministers have rejected a Greek request to extend a bailout programme beyond 30 June Feb.20   Brussels Greece agrees deal with eurozone   Greece and eurozone nations have agreed a deal to extend financial aid after bailout talks in Brussels

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.17  Moscow  Russia's shock-and-awe move fails to halt ruble collapse Oct.26   European Union Vulnerable European banks identified   Twenty-four European banks have failed stress tests of their finances, the European Banking Authority has announced

year 2013 Top ^

Mar.28  Cyprus  Cyprus banks reopen with tough curbs Mar.25   Cyprus Cyprus banks closed until Thursday
Mar.24   Brussels   Deal reached in Cyprus bailout talks   Eurozone finance ministers have agreed on a 10bn-euro bailout to prevent its banking system collapsing and keep the country in the eurozone Mar.22   Cyprus Cyprus MPs pass banking reforms Mar.19  Cyprus  Cyprus MPs reject divisive bank tax Mar.16  Cyprus  Shock in Cyprus over bailout levy Mar.15   Brussels   Eurozone agrees Cyprus bailout deal  Eurozone finance ministers have agreed a 10bn euros bailout package for Cyprus to save the country from bankruptcy Feb.27  European Union  EU agrees to cap bankers' bonuses Feb.8  Brussels  EU leaders agree 3% budget cut

year 2012 Top ^

Dec.10   London HSBC 'to pay $1.9bn' in US deal
Oct.18  Belgium  EU in deal on bank supervision Sep.3  European Union  Moody's lowers EU rating outlook Jul.3   London Barclays Bank boss Diamond resigns Jun.29   Belgium European leaders reach key deal on banks Jun.14   Spain Spain crisis costs enter 'danger zone' Jun.10  Spain  Spain PM: 'Credibility of euro' is saved Jun.9   Spain   Spanish bank bailout request welcomed   Spain's decision to request a loan of up to 100bn euros from eurozone funds to help shore up its struggling banks has won broad support May.27  Greece  Lagarde tax jibe angers Greeks May.25   Spain Spain's Bankia seeks 19bn euros May.23  Belgium  Europe 'wants Greece in the eurozone' May.17  Spain  Moody's downgrades Spanish banks Mar.8   Greece Greece confirms debt deal success  The Greek government has indicated that it has secured sufficient backing for a debt swap deal that will enable it to avoid defaulting on its...

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Dec.5   Paris France, Germany outline fiscal pact
Nov.2   France Bailout loan withheld from Greece Oct.31   Greece Greece to hold bailout referendum Oct.26   Belgium EU leaders reach eurozone agreement   EU leaders announce a deal on debt crisis measures, including a hard-fought deal with private sector investors to take a 50% loss on Greek bonds Oct.15   Rome Protest rallies grip major cities Oct.9   Berlin Euro crisis talks 'end in accord' Oct.2   Greece Greece to miss targets on deficit Sep.15   Switzerland UBS: 'Unauthorized' trades cost us $2 B
  Swiss banking giant UBS discovered that 'unauthorized trading by a trader in its investment bank' has cost it an estimated $2 billion Aug.16   Paris Leaders demand 'euro governance' Jul.21   European Union Eurozone agrees new Greek bailout Jun.28   France Christine Lagarde named IMF chief Jun.19   European Union European ministers: Greece to get loans Apr.6   Portugal   Portugal seeks bail-out from EU   Portugal becomes the third eurozone country to request financial aid from the European Union, saying it is at too great a risk

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.21   Ireland Irish government backs bail-out
Sep.21   Vatican Bank investigated over money laundering Jul.23   European Union Europe's big banks pass stress tests  Officials led by the European Central Bank tested 91 banks, and most of banks passed stress tests aimed at shoring up confidence in the econ... May.9   Belgium EU approves $560B crisis fund  Europe's finance ministers approved in an emergency meeting a 'stabilization mechanism' that could provide 440 billion euros for a aid packa... Mar.15   Belgium EU ministers agree Greek plan Mar.2   Greece Budget crisis is like wartime situation - PM
  Prime Minister George Papandreou has likened the country's budget crisis to a 'wartime situation' and said Greece was at risk of bankruptcy
 The government has approved a package of tax increases and spending cuts to save 4.8bn euros and ease its budget crisis, including rises in sales taxes, a cut in holiday bonuses paid to civil servants, and a pensions freeze. The EU had called for austerity measures
Feb.10   Greece PM vows to slash huge government deficit  Workers protest against austerity measures imposed by a government trying to dig its way out of a financial crisis that threatens to engulf ...

year 2009 Top ^

Sep.5   London G20 pledges tougher bank action Mar.13   Switzerland Switzerland eases banking secrecy  The world's largest offshore financial centre has agreed to accept concessions on bank secrecy

year 2008 Top ^

Oct.11   Paris EU chiefs confront markets crisis
Oct.8   London World's central banks slash interest rates Oct.7   United Kingdom UK bank rescue package imminent  Chancellor Alistair Darling to announce details of a 50bn rescue package for the UK banking system Oct.4  Paris  No banks bail-out fund for Europe Sep.17  United Kingdom  Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal Jan.24   Paris Rogue trader to cost SocGen $7bn   Bank Societe Generale as uncovered 'massive' fraud by a trader which resulted in a loss of 4.9bn euros

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.16  Belgium  EU leaders agree 7-year budget Jun.11   London G8 ministers back Africa debt deal
  Finance ministers have agreed to cancel up to $55 billion worth of debt owed by the world's poorest nations

year 2004 Top ^

Mar.31  Berlin  Afghanistan wins $8.2bn in aid

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.16  Germany  Joint plan to relieve Iraq debt Sep.14  Sweden  Voters rejects euro currency

year 2002 Top ^

Jan.1   European Union   Euro mark celebrations
  People lined up in freezing temperatures to get a jump on the most ambitious currency swap in history
 The euro was introduced to world financial markets as an accounting currency in 1999 and launched as physical coins and banknotes in 2002. The official spelling of the euro is 'euro' in the Latin script. The euro is divided into 100 cents


year 2000 Top ^

Sep.28   Denmark Denmark rejects euro