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July 1, 2015 - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged voters on Wednesday to reject austerity measures in Sunday’s referendum on Greece’s bailout package offered by creditors, saying that a “no” vote does not mean a rejection of the euro, but would instead increase pressure on international creditors to give the country an economically viable deal...more (116 KB)

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June
30
Greece’s government has asked Eurozone authorities for a third bailout...(115 KB)
29 Bailout negotiations between Greece and its creditors broke down...(116 KB)

26 China’s stock markets continued to slump...(117 KB)
25 Oil prices fell for a second consecutive day on Thursday...(116 KB)
24 After strong rebound this week, European shares traded lower on Wednesday...(116 KB)
23 European Central Bank on Tuesday raised the cap on emergence funding...(117 KB)
22
Greek optimism pushed global stocks higher Monday...(116 KB)

19 Following intensive discussions between Greek authorities and its key creditors...(116 KB)
18 IMF ruled out any further delay to €1.6 billion of loan payments...(115 KB)
17 The dollar strengthened against the yen on Wednesday...(115 KB)
16 The euro fell against the dollar on Tuesday...(116 KB)
15 Global equities fell on Monday...(115 KB)

12 Spanish and Italian government bonds slumped on Friday...(115 KB)
11 The World Bank Group cuts its growth outlook for developing countries...(117 KB)
10 German 10-year bond yields traded above 1 percent...(117 KB)
09 U.S. and German government bonds extended a sell-off...(117 KB)
08 German government bonds extended a sell-off...(115 KB)

05 The dollar strengthened against most major currencies...(116 KB)
04 European stocks fell to their lowest levels in nearly a month...(116 KB)
03 European bond markets were rattled again on Wednesday...(116 KB)
02  U.S. Treasuries fell for a second day on Tuesday...(118 KB)
01 The euro was under pressure on Monday...(118 KB)

May
29
Oil prices rose on Friday...(115 KB)
28 Global stock markets traded lower on Thursday...(203 KB)
27 European financial markets rallied on Wednesday...(162 KB)
26 German government said the participation of the International Monetary Fund...(161 KB)

22 Hungary's central bank cut its key interest rates...(160 KB)
21 Oil prices climbed for a second day on Thursday...(167 KB)
20 The euro fell to two-week low versus the dollar on Wednesday...(202 KB)
19 The European Central Bank (ECB) pledged...(1671 KB)
18 Greek government bonds tumbled on Monday...(161 KB)

14 The euro strengthened on Thursday...(203 KB)
13 The dollar fell to its lowest level in three months...(159 KB)
12  German bond yields spiked again on Tuesday...(161 KB)
11 U.S. Treasury prices moved lower...(160 KB)

08 Oil prices fell on Friday...(161 KB)
07 The sell-off in Eurozone government bonds continued on Thursday...(156 KB)
06 Romania's central bank unexpectedly cut its key interest rate...(157 KB)
05 U.S. Treasuries fell on Tuesday...(160 KB)
04 The European Central Bank (ECB) said it reached its purchase target..(160 KB).

01 U.S. Treasuries prices fell on Friday...(201 KB)

April
30
Oil prices edged higher on Thursday...(161 KB)
29 Bank lending to Eurozone households and businesses rose...(159 KB)
28 Greek government bonds advanced for a second day on Tuesday...(200 KB)
27 Developing-country stock markets climbed to a 7-month high... (159 KB)

24 The European Central Bank said it started to purchase covered bonds...(204 KB)
23 Crude prices climbed to their highest levels of this year on Thursday...(164 KB)
22 The European Central Bank on Wednesday raised the amount...(164 KB)  
21 Sovereign debt in the euro area surged...(164 KB)
20 The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) cut the level...(161 KB)

17 Global equities tumbled on Friday...(162 KB)
16 The S&P Rating Services slashed...(206 KB)
15 U.S. government bonds advanced on Wednesday...(162 KB)
14 U.S. Treasuries rallied on Tuesday ...(162 KB)
13 The dollar strengthened on Monday...(201 KB)

10 World stocks markets remained robust on Friday...(204KB)
09 Global stocks markets advanced on Thursday...(163KB)
08 Mexico is issuing its first 100-year euro-denominated bonds...(163KB)
07 The European Central Bank...(161 KB)
06 Greece has assured the International Monetary Fund...(163 KB)

03 The U.S. dollar slumped against the euro and yen...(162 kb)
02 The European Central Bank announced plans on Thursday...(164 KB)
01 U.S. stocks slid for a second day on Wednesday...(160 KB)

March
31
Greece and the “Brussels Group” of representatives...(199 KB)
30 World stocks markets rose on Monday...(162 KB)

27 Companies worldwide have issued a record €60 billion...(163 KB)
26 Oil prices rallied on Thursday... (162 KB)
25 The European Central Bank approved an increase...(195 KB)
24 U.S. Treasuries advanced for a third day on Tuesday...(200 KB)
23 The dollar extended its fall on Monday...(163 KB)

20 Standard & Poor’s Rating Services on Friday...(160 KB)
19 The Federal Open Market Committee set groundwork...(161 KB)
18 U.S. stocks opened lower on Wednesday...(163 KB)
17 U.S. oil prices dropped for six consecutive day on Tuesday...(157 KB)
16 The European Central Bank said on Monday...(164 KB)

13 U.S. consumer sentiment at a 4-month low...(198 KB)
12 Falling more-than-expected...(157 KB)
11 The euro depreciated further against the dollar on Wednesday...(161 KB)
10 Global equities and oil prices were under heavy pressure on Tuesday...(198 KB)
09 Government bond yields across Euro Area fell on Monday..(162 KB).

06 U.S. stocks and Treasuries prices tumbled on Friday...(159 KB)
05 The euro fell for a fifth day versus the dollar on Wednesday...(160 KB)
04 The euro fell for a fifth day versus the dollar on Wednesday...(160 KB)
03 U.S. stocks retreated on Tuesday...(161 KB)
02 Eurozone deflation continues for third month...(161 KB)

February
27
Funds that invest in emerging market bonds received $1.1 billion...(166 KB)
26 Developing-country stocks are heading for the highest level since November
25 Global equities inched higher and they traded at near record highs...(204 KB)
24 U.S. Treasury yields fluctuated on Tuesday...(164 KB)
23  European financial markets rallied on Monday...(208 KB)

20 European stocks extended multi-year highs on Friday...(165 KB)
19 Oil prices fell sharply...(165 KB)
18 European stocks climbed to a fresh seven-year high...(197 KB)

13 European and U.S. stocks advanced on Friday...(161 KB)
12 Global stock markets are moving higher on Thursday...(160 KB)
11 European government bonds were auctioned at record-low borrowing costs...(203 KB)
10 Greek government offered compromises ahead of an emergency meeting...(160 KB)
09 U.S. equities slipped with European stocks on Monday...(200 KB)

06 Stronger-than-expected U.S. job growth for January..(160 KB).
05 Greece’s bond and stock markets tumbled...(195 KB)
04 U.S. Treasuries yields climbed for a third on Wednesday...(202 KB)
03 Germany’s benchmark long-term borrowing rate fell...(160 KB)
02 The global bond market started the year on a strong note...(162 KB)

January 2015
30
Global equities fall on poor China and U.S. data...(161 KB)
29 Greek banks bounce back...(196 KB)
28 Greek financial markets tumble...(158 KB)
27 U.S. Treasuries advanced on Tuesday...(160 KB)
26 Greek financial markets tumbled on Monday...(199 KB)

23 Bond markets rallied around the Eurozone as credit investors...(165 KB)
22 The European Central Bank (ECB) announced on Thursday...(200 KB)
21 European Central Bank recommended bond purchases of roughly €50 billion..(201 KB)
20 Developing-country stocks gained for the first time in three days...(199 KB).

16 Market turmoil from the Switzerland’s unexpected move continued ...(158 KB)
15 The Swiss National Bank (SNB) surprised financial markets on Thursday...(159 KB)
14 30-year U.S. Treasury yield plunged to a low of 2.39% on Wednesday...(162 KB)
13 Oil prices fell again on Tuesday...(201 KB)
12 Ukraine’s foreign-exchange reserves plunged 63%...(201 KB)

09 U.S. Treasury prices rose on Friday...(199 KB)
08 Stocks worldwide advanced and the dollar hit a fresh 9-year high today...(159 KB)
07 The euro fell for a fourth day against the dollar on Wednesday...(159 KB)
06 Global sovereign bonds continued to rally on Tuesday...(160 KB)
05 The sell-off resumed for oil prices on both sides of the Atlantic on Monday...(195 KB)

December
23
Reflecting the faster pace of growth since Q3 2003..(197 KB).
22 Crude oil prices declined on Monday...(159 KB)

19 Yield difference between U.S. Treasuries and German bunds increased today... (159 KB)
18 U.S. stocks added their gains on Thursday...(199 KB)
17 NO REPORT
16
A further slide in oil prices and financial market turmoil in Russia...(160 KB)
15 Emerging-market stocks retreated on Monday...(199 KB)

12  A persistent rout in oil prices...(161 KB)
11 The Russian currency sank to a fresh low on Thursday...(159 KB)
10 Brent oil prices, the global benchmark, fell below $65 a barrel...(199 KB)
09 U.S. treasuries extended their gains on Tuesday...(156 KB)
08 European equities and the euro weakened amid stern warning...(161 KB)

05 The dollar jumped to a 5-year high..(200 KB).
04 European bonds and stocks tumbled on Thursday...(151 KB)
03 The yield gap between U.S. Treasury 5-year notes and 30-year bonds slid...(161 KB)
02 The Russian ruble extended its decline against the dollar on Tuesday...(156 KB)
01 Oil price fell to a 5-year low on Monday...(160 KB)

November
26
U.S. Treasury prices advanced for a fifth day on Wednesday...(31 KB)
25 China’s equities reached another 3-year high on Tuesday...(30 KB)
24 Euro-area government bonds advanced...(30 KB)

20 Global stock markets extended their losses on Thursday...(160 KB)
19 U.S. financial markets were mixed on Wednesday...(198 KB)
18 Mexico is planning to sell at least $500 million dollar-denominated bonds...(199 KB)
17 Global stock markets struggled on Monday...(198 KB)

14 The dollar climbed to a 7-year high against the yen...(196 KB)
13 U.S. equities opened higher today...(200 KB)
12 Ukraine bonds tumbled on Wednesday..(155 KB).
10 China stocks surged and led the most of Asian shares higher on Monday...(160 KB)

07 Russia’s ruble rallied on Friday snapping a four-day retreat...(197 KB)
06 The euro fell to as low as 1.2396 against the dollar...(130 KB)
05 Russian ruble slid to a fresh low on Wednesday...(161 KB)
04 Japan’s domestic auto sales continued to fall...(155 KB) 
03 Gold prices traded around a 4-year low as strengthening of the dollar...(161 KB)

October
31
World stocks markets soared on Friday...(198 KB)
30 The difference between short-and long-term U.S. Treasury yields...(200 KB)
29 Russia increased its gold reserves...(198 KB)
28 Domestic and foreign investors pulled out €187.7 billion....(159 KB)
27 European Central Bank released yesterday the results of its new “stress test...(198 KB)

24 China’s benchmark stock gauge posted its biggest weekly slide...(158 KB)
23 Oil prices moved higher on Thursday...(160 KB)
22 U.S. Treasury prices declined on Wednesday...(157 KB)
21 Prospects of European Central Bank corporate-bond purchase..(160 KB)
20 Portugal led a sell-off in euro area’s high-yielding government bonds...(198 KB)

17 Euro-area’s periphery bonds recovered slightly on Friday...(159 KB)
16 Developing-country stocks and currencies tumbled on Thursday...(29 KB)
15 Global equities, government bond yields, and commodity prices slumped..(208 KB).
14 U.S. and German government bonds continued to rally on Tuesday...(158 KB)

10 U.S. Treasuries slid for a fourth week...(161 KB)
09 Yields on the benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasuries..(198 KB).
08 European and Asian stock markets slumped on Wednesday...(161 KB)
07 Kazakhstan sold $2.5 billion of 10-and 30-year dollar-denominated bonds...(162 KB)
06 German government bonds gained on Monday...(160 KB)

03 The U.S. dollar climbed to a 4-year high...(160 KB)
02 U.S. Treasuries fell on Thursday...(200 KB)
01 Growing concerns that global growth is stalling...(30 KB)

September
30
Russia’s central bank is weighing on the introduction of temporary capital controls...(30 KB)
29 Global stock markets retreated on Monday...(158 KB)

26 U.S. equities opened higher on Friday...(159 KB)
25 The dollar climbs to a fresh four-year high against other major currencies...(159 KB)
24 Spanish bonds led a rally in high-yielding Euro Area government securities...(160 KB)
23 U.S. Treasuries gained for a fourth day on Tuesday...(176 KB)
22 World stock markets and commodities were hit by concerns...(197 KB)

19 U.S. stocks and dollar surged...(205 KB)
18  U.S. stocks and dollar surged...(197 KB)
17 The People’s Bank of China is providing fresh loans...(160 KB)
16 U.S. Treasury price volatility rose to a 5-month high...(159 KB)
15 Emerging-market benchmark stock index fell for the eighth day...(159 KB)

12 The dollar is heading for its ninth consecutive week of strengthening...(159 KB)
11 Argentina’s congress finally passed a bill on Thursday...(202 KB)
10 Global stocks struggled on Wednesday...(201 KB)
09 The dollar rose to a 14-month high against the euro...(202 KB)
08 Britain’s financial markets slumped on Monday...(48 KB)

05
U.S. Treasuries advanced and the dollar weakened...(49 KB)
04 The Euro tumbled and European bonds rallied...(49 KB) 
03 Global stocks markets advanced on Wednesday...(47 KB)
02 U.S. government bonds slumped on Tuesday amid stronger-than-expected...(48 KB)

August    (ON RECESS)

Jul
31
China’s stocks rose on Thursday...(161 KB)
30 Argentine bonds surged to a three-year high Wednesday...(161 KB)
29 Emerging-market stocks advanced to an 18-month high...(164 KB)
28 Russia’s stocks and ruble tumbled for a third day...(201 KB)

25 The U.S. dollar extended gains...(159 KB)
24 U.S.’s Treasuries dropped on Thursday...(156 KB)
23 Emerging-market currencies rose for the fourth consecutive day...(160 KB)
22 European stocks rose on Tuesday...(160 KB)
21  Major global stock market indexes fell...(161 KB)

18 The euro weakened against the dollar on Friday...(48 KB)
17 World stock markets retreated on Thursday...(164 KB)
16 Energy prices showing a significant rebound, U.S. producer prices increased...(159 KB)
15 The dollar strengthened against most major counterparts on Tuesday...(160 KB)
14 U.S. Treasuries fell for the first time in six trading sessions on Monday...(160 KB)

11 Canada lost 9400 jobs in June and the jobless rate rose by 0.1 percentage points...(30 KB)
10 U.S. Treasuries and German bunds advanced on Thursday...(162 KB)
09 World stock markets slid on Wednesday...(160 KB)
08 Currencies in Indonesia, Malaysia, and South Africa advanced...(201 KB)
07 U.S. Treasury prices gained on Monday...(160 KB)

03 Further signs of strengthening in the U.S. Jobs market...(160 KB)
02 U.S. Treasuries prices dropped for a second day on Wednesday...(262 KB)
01 Global stock markets started the second half of 2014 on a strong note...(201 KB)

 

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