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Malaysian investigators scrutinizing 1MDB have traced nearly $700 million into personal bank accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak, documents show. http://on.wsj.com/1JEkzZ8
Prime Minister Najib’s bank accounts are scrutinized in probe of investment fund 1MDB
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Greece sent a new proposal for budget cuts and policy overhauls as part of a request for a new bailout, but it falls short of the demands of the country’s creditors, three European officials said.
Athens sends new proposal for budget cuts and policy overhauls as part of request for new bailout
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+john splater Asking Greece to be fiscally Conservative is like asking a dog to be a cat. 
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Greece became the first developed country to default on the International Monetary Fund, as the rescue program that has sustained it for five years expired and its creditors rejected a last-ditch effort to buy more time.
European finance chiefs shut down Athens’s last-minute request for emergency financial aid
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Take a look at the cost of Apple Music compared to the price of an iPhone 6 worldwide. http://on.wsj.com/1JtAyJb
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Australia is even worst , rip offs .
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Apple is giving you 30 million songs free today. You can stream any of them to your phone or computer like a giddy kid with the keys to the record shop.
How all-you-can-eat subscriptions from Apple and Spotify change your relationship with music—and your wallet
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I'm a 14 year old with a blog on finance and economics. Views and shares would be greatly appreciated! shreysfinanceblog.com #finance #economics
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After a weekend of Greek drama, how will markets react? Greek banks will stay closed for six days from Monday, and the central bank has moved to impose capital controls, in a bid to prevent a severely battered banking system from collapsing completely.
After a weekend of Greek drama, how will markets react?
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BP has agreed to pay $18.7 billion over 18 years to settle all federal and state claims arising from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, five years after the accident.
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why do they keep the money but easily gives it out when there is any unwanted issue 
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Most Greeks plan to reject the country’s creditors bailout terms in a referendum to be held this weekend though support for Greece to stick to austerity and secure its place in the eurozone is growing, a poll showed Wednesday.
Support for rejection of bailout plan fell after country’s decision to close banks on Monday
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My worry is poor will be poorer. That's the standard after IMF
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Greece is poised between remaining a member of the eurozone or leaving it. In fact, there are five possible future currency arrangements for Greece. Here they are:
The euro or the drachma are not the only options for Greece. We outline five.
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Riding the wave created by star midfielder Carli Lloyd, the U.S. women upset top-ranked Germany, 2-0, at Olympic Stadium on Tuesday night, booking their spot in the Women’s World Cup final for the second time in four years.
Star midfielder Carli Lloyd leads way in 2-0 win
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The article has a nice picture of the bracket.  England and Japan will compete today for the other spot.
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Greece has locked down its banking system, as it moves ever-closer to an exit from the euro. Here are five things to know about the capital controls imposed by Greece’s Capital Markets Commission.
Greece has locked down its banking system, as it moves ever-closer to an exit from the euro. Here are five things to know about the capital controls.
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+Stergios Zissakis​ first of all, I never called the Greek people thieves. In fact, I made the comment that the Greek people are probably pretty good folk - good folk, who have a clown running their government, in Tsipras.

Secondly, the Germans aren't ransoming your country. German banks have loaned Greece over €9.2 billion... Seems pretty generous to me. Tsipras has borrowed €77.6 billion from Greek banks, and over €111 billion from the EU, IMF, and other European organizations (as of 2012). In total, the Greek debt now stands at €316 billion... The country only generates €27.2 billion a year from exports and has a nominal GDP lower than the state of Oregon. How can you expect anyone else to loan the country money, if they know it will never be repaid?

The truth is that the Greek people have been horribly let down by incompetent leaders, and now you - the people - are suffering. The people of Greece are not crooks or thieves, but your political leaders are. They've officially bankrupted your country, and instead of being angry at them, you're getting mad at Germany?? Doesn't make sense.

I repeat what I said earlier - it is not the responsibility of Germany, the IMF, the EU, France, or anyone else to keep Greece above water. Your government has taken two massive bailouts already, and has defaulted... If Greece (economically) hasn't learned to wipe it's own backside by now, then it's going to have to learn to live in its dirty pants. The rest of Europe can't keep hand-holding and coddling Greece... Eventually you've got to walk on your own. 
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Greece shut down its banking system, ordering lenders to stay closed for six days starting Monday, and its central bank moved to impose capital controls to prevent money from flooding out of the country.
Move comes after ECB limits level of emergency loans available for Greek banks at Friday’s level
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