Rolling business and financial news, as negotiations over a third Greek bailout continue and markets await the Fed’s decision on interest rates tonight
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After getting off to a bumpy start yesterday, negotiations with mission chiefs representing Greece’s creditor institutions will begin today minus one, we have just been told.
“There’s no particular reason for the delay.
But I can confirm she won’t be coming in today, she’ll be arriving tomorrow.”
“As far as reports of prior actions are concerned it should be noted that neither in the agreement of the European summit on the 12 of July nor in the two letters that the Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos sent to the ESM was there the slightest hint of a third package of prior actions.”
Here’s a few gems from the deluge of corporate news this morning:
Strong spring selling boosts Taylor Wimpey sales http://t.co/N2PVqyRoWX
Antofagasta lowers full year copper guidance http://t.co/a9yzZ72aFy
Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS