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  IMF promises support for economy   The IMF says it will take decisive action to tackle the eurozone debt crisis and support the global economy US spending 'best in three years'  Consumer spending in the US grew 3.5%, at its fastest pace in three years during 2010, official figures have shown Europe's big banks pass stress tests
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2015-07-19 Banks reopen after three-week shutdown Greece
C. 2015-01-07 Eurozone slips into deflation European Union
D. 2013-06-10 Ratings agency lifts US outlook USA
4. 2013-01-16 US banks see profits rise sharply USA
F. 2013-01-06 Regulators ease bank asset rules Global
G. 2012-08-08 China inflation at a 30-month low China
7. 2012-03-06 Lehman Brothers exits bankruptcy New York
8. 2011-11-30 World banks announce joint action plan Global
J. 2011-09-24 IMF promises support for economy Global

Eurozone slips into deflation  Inflation has turned negative, official figures have shown, with prices in December 0.2% lower than the same month a year earlier Ratings agency lifts US outlook  Rating agency Standard and Poor's has raised its credit outlook for the US economy from negative to stable US banks see profits rise sharply  Top US banks Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan have reported sharp rises in profits on the back of strong performance in investment banking Regulators ease bank asset rules  Internationals financial regulators have eased the first-ever rules on minimum quantities of cash and assets all banks must hold China inflation at a 30-month low  China's inflation dipped to a 30-month low in July, giving policymakers a bigger cushion to boost stimulus measures to spur economic growth Lehman Brothers exits bankruptcy  Lehman Brothers, the US investment bank that collapsed in 2008, has exited from bankruptcy protection World banks announce joint action plan
  Banks reopen after three-week shutdown


year 2015 Top ^

Jul.19   Greece
  Greek banks are set to reopen after three weeks of closures sparked by the deadlock over the country's debt
Jan.7   European Union


year 2013 Top ^

Jun.10   USA
Jan.16   USA
Jan.6   Global


year 2012 Top ^

Aug.8   China
Mar.6   New York


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.30   Global
  Some of the world's biggest central banks have announced a program of co-ordinated action designed to support the global financial system.    The US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank (ECB), the Bank...
Sep.24   Global
Jan.31   Washington


year 2010 Top ^

Jul.23   European Union
  Officials led by the European Central Bank tested 91 banks, and most of banks passed stress tests aimed at shoring up confidence in the economy.    Seven banks have failed stress tests designed ...
Jun.19   Washington   Obama hails China currency move  US president welcomes China's suggestion that it will allow a rise of the yuan, which many in the West say is undervalued. Mar.12   Greece   EU close to Greece bail-out deal  The EU is poised to reach agreement on a multi-billion euro bail-out after weeks of crisis. The package would provide loans and guarantees

year 2009 Top ^

Jul.14   New York Goldman Sachs sees bumper profit  US bank reported a net profit of $3.44bn for April to June, beating analysts' forecasts Jan.7   Germany Banks rescue suicide billionaire's interests

year 2008 Top ^

Nov.23   Washington Citigroup secures U.S. government lifeline
  The government outlined a massive rescue package that would inject another $20 billion into the banking giant, shares of which have plunged Nov.12   Washington Paulson: US bail-out working  US Treasury Secretary: The $700bn bail-out package has already 'clearly helped stabilise' the financial system Oct.12   Paris European banks rescue plan agreed
  European leaders meeting have agreed a plan to tackle the banking crisis, saying no big institution will be allowed to fail

year 2006 Top ^

Apr.20   Nigeria Nigeria settles Paris Club debt  Nigeria is becoming the first African nation to settle with its lenders to clear the way for greater spending

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.16   Belgium   EU leaders agree 7-year budget
  The leaders agreed on a spending plan for the bloc seen as key to shaping the future of an enlarged EU


year 2002 Top ^

Feb.11   Argentina Peso passes first test
  Peso, floating freely for the first time in a decade, ended trading stable against the dollar Jan.1   European Union   Euro mark celebrations
  People lined up in freezing temperatures to get a jump on the most ambitious currency swap in history
 The euro was introduced to world financial markets as an accounting currency in 1999 and launched as physical coins and banknotes in 2002. The official spelling of the euro is 'euro' in the Latin script. The euro is divided into 100 cents


year 2001 Top ^

Oct.3   Washington   Bush package to boost economy
  President has announced a revitalisation package of $60bn to $75bn to avert a recession following suicide attacks Aug.30   European Union   Euro officially launched  European Central Bank says euro will unify Europe



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