After years in crisis and austerity, Greece will exit the stability program on August 20th. no more cash injections or bailout funds. That's the Greek government's goal.
Britain's second-largest tour operator could leave 150,000 passengers stranded if it goes under this weekend. After failing to finalize a rescue deal with its lenders, the firm has now asked for UK government aid.
China's exports to the US were down year-on-year in August. The dive follows July's surprise growth and comes amid a high-pressure campaign by Washington to coerce Beijing into signing a new trade deal.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has said Greece will ease taxes on its citizens while upholding austerity targets set by foreign lenders. The new premier vowed growth plans would be a "pleasant surprise for Europe."
Fresh figures suggest that Europe's biggest economy may be heading for a recession, as its growth slowed in the second quarter. Calls for more fiscal stimulus are growing louder, but the government sees no need for it.
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