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‘Toon of the Day

An absolute classic from today’s Economist! (click here if cartoon is not observable)

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Martin Wolf on Greece leaving the euro – FT

The Greek state is once again running out of cash, and this time there may be no rescue. Martin Wolf, chief economics commentator, talks to the FT’s Mark Vandevelde about what happens if Greece ends up in default. Click here … Continue reading

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Greece, Apple and Argentina – FT

The FT’s Daniel Garrahan presents a 60-second update on the day’s headlines from FirstFT, including Greece’s hopes to extend its bailout, Apple’s virtual reality ambitions and a big day for Argentina. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit … Continue reading

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Greece and Germany closer than it seems – FT

The debt bailout talks between Greece and the eurozone haven’t collapsed, says Martin Sandbu, lead writer on the FT’s Free Lunch newsletter. He tells leader writer James Blitz that Athens and Germany are closer on the substance than appearances would … Continue reading

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Game theory and Greece in 90 seconds – FT

What is game theory? How can it be applied to the negotiations between Greece and the rest of the eurozone? Ferdinando Giugliano, economics correspondent, provides a 90-second snapshot. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video (click here … Continue reading

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Greece’s crisis – in five charts – FT

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras says he won’t seek an extension of the bailout plan when it expires at the end of February – putting Athens on a collision course with creditors. FT capital markets editor Ralph Atkins explains Greece’s crisis … Continue reading

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Greek banks in a pickle – FT

Greek bank shares fell by up to 25 per cent on Thursday after the European Central Bank’s latest move on funding. Lex’s Robert Armstrong and Oliver Ralph discuss the volatile pickle that Greek banks find themselves in. For more video … Continue reading

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Greek PM Tsipras eyes debt help in Brussels talks

Greece’s new prime minister Alexis Tsipras held talks with EU officials on Wednesday as he continues his campaign to renegotiate his country’s debt payments. – EuroNews (click here if video is not observable)

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Greece’s new government – FT

Newly elected Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has announced his cabinet. The FT’s Europe editor, Tony Barber, reports from Athens on the key posts and what this means for Greece’s eurozone partners. For more video content from the Financial Times, … Continue reading

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‘Grexit’ reloaded? – Euronews

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