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  • ATHENS/ FRANKFURT, July 6- Greece's outspoken finance minister resigned on Monday, removing a major obstacle to any last-minute deal to keep Athens in the euro zone after Greeks voted resoundingly to reject the austerity terms of a bailout. With banks shuttered, cash machines running out of banknotes and sympathy for Athens among EU governments close to...

  • But as celebrations died down early Monday, Greece entered a second week of severe restrictions on financial transactions and faced the prospect of even limited amounts of cash drying out, with no prospect of an immediate infusion. Greece imposed the restrictions to stem a bank run after the vote was called and its bailout program expired.

  • LONDON, July 5- If Greece's' No' vote shocked euro zone leaders, it brought delight to opponents of the European Union who said it showed the entire European project, including the euro, was dying. "The EU project is now dying," said Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party, an anti-EU party which won 12.6 percent of the vote-- but just one seat-- in Britain's May 7...

  • ATHENS, July 5- Having squarely rejected the terms of new financial aid for their cash-strapped country, Greece wakes up to an uncertain future on Monday. Like other "No" voters, Efthimiadis said he did not believe warnings by European and some Greek officials over the past week that a "No" vote would set off a cascade of events that would usher Greece out of the euro.

  • *Referendum set to decide Greece's future in euro. ATHENS, July 5- Greeks voted overwhelmingly "No" on Sunday in a historic bailout referendum, partial results showed, defying warnings from across Europe that rejecting new austerity terms for fresh financial aid would set their country on a path out of the euro. "The negotiations which will start must be concluded...

  • BRUSSELS— CORRECTS: European Council president says he's called a summit Tuesday to discuss Greece.

  • A woman talks to a police officer as she waits outside a national Bank branch, as banks only opened for pensioners to allow them to get their pensions, with a limit of 120 euros.

    No matter which way the Greek vote goes, the European Central Bank on Monday will face a series of agonizing decisions.

  • ATHENS, Greece— Greece lurched into uncharted territory and an uncertain future in Europe's common currency Sunday after voters overwhelmingly rejected demands by international creditors for more austerity measures in exchange for a bailout of its bankrupt economy. It was a decisive victory for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who had gambled the future of...

  • INSIGHT-A Greek challenge for "Mr Europe" Juncker Saturday, 4 Jul 2015 | 5:21 AM ET

    *European Commission president sees vote as danger to EU. BRUSSELS, July 4- It's sultry early July and an emotional Jean-Claude Juncker is on the stump, calling for a' Yes' vote in a referendum on which he says hangs the future of Europe- and his own career. "A' Yes'... would have a significance... well beyond Europe," he tells voters.

  • GREECE'S VAROUFAKIS SAYS IF THE COUNTRY VOTES' NO', PM TSIPRAS WILL GO TO BRUSSELS AND REACH AN AGREEMENT.

  • Would Greek exit help or hurt Europe's currency union? Saturday, 4 Jul 2015 | 2:33 AM ET

    Greece could leave the euro. For Greece, the short-term pain and turmoil could be extreme whereas the currency union would likely survive the initial shock. Ironically, a few experts think one of the most devastating outcomes for the euro would be if Greece leaves and, against all expectation, thrives.

  • *Publication highlighted dispute between Brussels and Washington. BRUSSELS, July 3- Euro zone countries tried in vain to stop the IMF publishing a gloomy analysis of Greece's debt burden which the leftist government says vindicates its call to voters to reject bailout terms, sources familiar with the situation said on Friday. The document released in...

  • Polish PM candidate vows no euro, more economic justice Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 11:35 AM ET

    WARSAW, Poland— Beata Szydlo led a little-known politician to a surprise victory in Poland's recent presidential election. The 52- year-old who managed the election campaign of President-elect Andrzej Duda is traveling the country these days in hopes of becoming Poland's next prime minister in the fall parliamentary election. The rising prominence of...

  • *Ukraine wants binding protocol until at least March next year. BRUSSELS, July 1- The biggest obstacle to a gas supply deal between Moscow and Kiev is not the price, but Russia's refusal to sign a legally binding agreement, the head of Ukraine's state gas firm Naftogaz said in an interview on Wednesday. Naftogaz Chief Executive Andriy Kobolev was speaking in...

  • HONG KONG, July 2- Foreign asset managers are seeking easier access to China's restricted capital markets, saying it is a prerequisite for mainland-listed shares to be added to global indexes. China- listed shares known as A shares are generally only available to Chinese citizens. The Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF, which has some $50 billion in assets, ranks...

  • DIARY- Top Economic Events to July 15 Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 12:00 AM ET

    LONDON- Bank of England's Andrew Gracie speaks at financial services cyber security conference- 0805 GMT. MILAN, Italy- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi to give opening remarks at T2S launch celebration- 1510 GMT. MILAN, Italy- European Central Bank Executive Board member Yves Mersch to give closing remarks at T2S launch celebration- 1700 GMT.

  • WRAPUP 4-Greece's Tsipras digs in against bailout Wednesday, 1 Jul 2015 | 12:33 PM ET

    *Scepticism in euro zone about lending more to Greece. ATHENS/ BRUSSELS, July 1- A defiant Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged Greeks on Wednesday to reject an international bailout deal, wrecking any prospect of repairing broken relations with EU partners before a referendum on Sunday that may decide Greece's future in Europe. European Council President...

  • REFILE-SPECIAL REPORT-How Greece went bust Wednesday, 1 Jul 2015 | 9:14 AM ET

    On the other sat President Francois Hollande of France; around were a handful of officials. In this modest Brussels setting last Friday morning, key players in the great Greek debt drama tried to avert a meltdown that could threaten the future of the euro and even the European Union. Merkel and Hollande made a final offer of billions of euros in aid for bankrupt...

  • FRANKFURT, July 1- The president of the European Central Bank defended reforms to Greece's pension and tax system agreed in the country's bailout in a letter sent to a lawmaker in Brussels and released on Wednesday. "The measures on the pension system have been designed to be progressive and they have been mostly applied mainly to pensions above 1,000 euros,"...

  • Red-hot fuel demand can't shore up the oil price alone Wednesday, 1 Jul 2015 | 8:48 AM ET

    LONDON, July 1- Sales of transport fuels have exceeded all expectations this year, making demand from reviving economies the mantra of bulls who say the oil price is well on the mend. But warning signs, especially in Europe, may derail that view. Gasoline consumption has bounced far higher, with U.S. drivers joining those in India, Indonesia and China in driving more...