Germany approves a four month extension for debt-ridden Greece, but warns Greece will not see any funds unless the agreed conditions are honoured. And, as Kirsty Basset reports, the Greek government faces a backlash at home.
FirstFT’s Chris Nuttall provides a briefing of Friday’s top headlines, including a new era of online regulation in the US, Islamist militants destroying ancient artefacts from Mosul and a Swiss businessman arrested on suspicion of money laundering.
Low oil prices, a weak Euro and low interest rates due to quantitative easing will push European stocks higher, said Philippe Brugere-Trelat, portfolio manager for the Franklin Mutual Series. Brugere-Trelat added that Greece will most likely stay in the European Union, which is an additional source
Former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan provides insight into job growth and how the Fed moves the markets. Greenspan says capital investment is key to productivity growth.
Apple is launching the Apple Watch on March 9th. Here are seven facts you need to know about Apple’s latest, hottest product.
Friday, February 27th is the funding deadline for the Department of Homeland Security. The department is set to run out of money, unless Congress agrees on a new spending bill. Senate Democrats warned that a partial shutdown of the agency is possible if House Republican leaders refuse to approve th
As the US dollar hits its highest point since 2003, John Authers points out that its strength is in part because the yields on treasury bonds are rising, while many other government bonds are trading with negative yields.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says Salesforce.com founder Marc Benioff is delivering on social, mobile, cloud, connectivity and he’s winning on all fronts. The cloud software company posted 26 percent revenue growth in the fourth quarter. Salesforce’s revenue for the full fiscal year gre
Don’t expect Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to hike rates until 2016, said Dr. Srinivas Thiruvadanthai, Director of Research for the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center. Thiruvadanthai added that global economies, especially the emerging markets, would not be able to withstand a U.S. rate hike