Topic: Group of Twenty
The shocking news of a Greek debt referendum this week has prompted European leaders to hold an emergency meeting today ahead of the G20 summit in Cannes, France.
11/02/2011 09:59 am
Referendum to be called in Greece: Prime Minister George Papandreou called for a referendum that may further destabilize the economy in Europe and undermine euro.
11/02/2011 12:02 am
The Greek bailout isn't the only thing in doubt after Prime Minister George Papandreou said he will put what Europe took to be a done deal to a referendum. His government could fall this week.
11/01/2011 05:30 pm
After months of having their pride savaged by the rest of the continent, the Greeks have astounded Europe by announcing a referendum on the debt crisis plan.
11/01/2011 04:49 pm
China has stressed it will not be a savior to Europe as President Hu Jintao embarks on an official visit to the continent
11/01/2011 02:55 pm
Stock markets in the US and Europe fell Tuesday, stunned by news that Greeks will vote in January on national austerity measures tied to resolving Greece's sovereign debt woes.
11/01/2011 01:47 pm
As developed economies deal with debt and emerging economies like China ramp up, the G20 must spearhead coordinated, complementary policies to navigate the choppy waters ahead, especially for Europe. Austerity alone won't do the trick.
11/01/2011 11:15 am
Stocks drop 1 percent or more on major European indexes because of concerns about Italian debt. Japan limits losses with yen intervention. US stocks expected to open lower.
10/31/2011 08:59 am
Economic indicators are up slightly. Do consumers and investors perceive an end to the great political uncertainty in Washington (and Europe)?
10/28/2011 04:26 pm
The European Union is debating how best to handle the issue of conflict minerals. International Crisis Group says it should not merely follow in the United States' footsteps, but go further.
10/18/2011 04:07 pm