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  • IMF says Greece made principal payment to fund Tuesday, 12 May 2015 | 9:17 AM ET

    WASHINGTON, May 12- The International Monetary Fund confirmed on Tuesday that Greece had made its latest principal payment to the Fund but declined to provide details about the transaction. Greece had said earlier that it tapped an emergency IMF holding account to repay the 750 million euros due to the international lender, avoiding default but underscoring...

  • IMF SAYS GREECE MADE PRINCIPAL PAYMENT TO FUNDS, DECLINES TO PROVIDE DETAILS OF TRANSACTION.

  • ATHENS, May 12- Greece emptied an emergency IMF holding account to repay 750 million euros due to the international lender, a Greek central bank official said, avoiding default but underscoring the dire state of the country's finances. With Athens close to running out of cash and a deal with its international creditors still elusive, there had been doubts about...

  • PARIS, May 12- Economic growth appears to be flagging in the United States and continues to slow in China, while France and Italy are outperforming as the euro zone economy recovers, a monthly OECD measure showed on Tuesday. The composite leading indicators, designed to anticipate economic turning points, signalled stable growth momentum in the OECD area as well...

  • ATHENS, May 12- Greece tapped emergency reserves in its holding account at the International Monetary Fund to make a crucial 750 million euro debt payment to the Fund on Monday, two government officials said on Tuesday. One official told Reuters that Athens used about 650 million euros from the holding account to make the payment. Euro zone finance ministers...

  • THE RESERVES THE GREEK GOVERNMENT TAPPED MUST BE REPLENISHED IN IMF ACCOUNT IN "SEVERAL WEEKS"- GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL.

  • GREECE TAPPED RESERVES IN IMF HOLDING ACCOUNT TO MAKE 750 MILLION EURO IMF DEBT REPAYMENT- GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.

  • BRUSSELS, May 12- David Cameron is not the best liked European leader in Brussels, yet as he seeks changes in the EU to persuade Britons they should stay in, he will not lack offers of friendship. They will come from presidents and fellow prime ministers across the 28- nation European Union and its institutions, none of whom wants to lose the economic, geopolitical...

  • *Greece paid 750 euro instalment, but tension remains. SINGAPORE, May 12- Oil prices eased on Tuesday as the market remained oversupplied and the dollar gained on fears that Greece would not be able to repay its debts. Greece paid about 750 million euros to the International Monetary Fund late on Monday, a day before it was due, Greek finance ministry officials told...

  • *Greece paid 750 euro installment, but tension remains. SINGAPORE, May 12- Oil prices eased on Tuesday as the market remained oversupplied and as the dollar gained on fears Greece could exit the euro zone. Greece paid about 750 million euros to the International Monetary Fund late on Monday, a day before it was due, two Greek finance ministry officials told Reuters,...

  • SINGAPORE, May 12- Gold struggled below $1,200 an ounce on Tuesday, following small overnight losses, hurt by a firmer dollar and a lack of robust safe-haven bids from the Greek debt crisis. *Greece calmed immediate fears of a default on Monday by making a crucial 750 million euro payment to the International Monetary Fund a day early. *Euro zone finance ministers...

  • TOKYO, May 12- The dollar started the day on a firm tone on Tuesday, as anxiety over Greece's debt crisis helped push the euro toward a one-week low. Two Greek finance ministry officials told Reuters that Athens paid about 750 million euros to the International Monetary Fund a day before it was due, but this was not enough to alleviate anxieties that the country will...

  • NYMEX-Oil prices dip on oversupply, strong dollar Monday, 11 May 2015 | 8:30 PM ET

    SINGAPORE, May 12- Oil prices eased on Tuesday as the market remained oversupplied and as the dollar gained on fears Greece could exit the euro zone. *Front-month U.S. crude was down 1 cent at $59.24 a barrel at 0022 GMT. *Greece paid about 750 million euros to the International Monetary Fund late on Monday, a day before it was due, two Greek finance ministry officials...

  • BRUSSELS, May 11- Finance ministers of the euro zone welcomed progress achieved in negotiations between Greece and its creditors on a cash-for-reform deal but said more work is needed to bridge differences holding up a comprehensive agreement. In a joint statement after they reviewed the state of talks between Athens and the International Monetary Fund, the...

  • BRUSSELS, May 11- David Cameron is not the best liked European leader in Brussels, yet as he seeks changes in the EU to persuade Britons they should stay in, he will not lack offers of friendship. They will come from presidents and fellow prime ministers across the 28- nation European Union and its institutions, none of whom wants to lose the economic, geopolitical...

  • Greece pays IMF $836M one day early: Sources Monday, 11 May 2015 | 12:39 PM ET
    Greece debt crisis

    Greece paid about 750 million euros to the International Monetary Fund on Monday, a day before it was due, two Greek finance ministry officials told Reuters on Monday.

  • ATHENS, May 11- Greece paid about 750 million euros to the International Monetary Fund on Monday, a day before it was due, two Greek finance ministry officials told Reuters on Monday. Greece's government in recent days had insisted it would honour its obligations, but officials in the past have warned the country may not have enough money to make the payment.

  • BERLIN, May 11- Germany's economy could grow more in 2015 than the 1.6 percent the International Monetary Fund forecast in April if lower energy prices and the European Central Bank's bond-buying scheme feed through more than expected, the IMF said on Monday. Enrica Detragiache, assistant director of the IMF's European department, told a news conference in...

  • OPEC does not expect oil prices to consistently trade at $100 barrel again in the next decade, an assessment that has the group considering the return of production limits, the Journal said. OPEC decided against cutting output in November, despite a huge oversupply in world markets. The report recommends that OPEC return to a production quota system that it...

  • LONDON, May 11- The Bank for International Settlements has set up a working group aimed at creating a single global code of conduct for the foreign exchange market, the central banks' central bank said in a statement on Monday. Barclays, one of the top three players in the $5 trillion a day global currency market, is also likely to settle separate probes by Britain's...