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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Tuesday, October 17, 2017

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President Donald Trump will meet with Secretary of Defense James Mattis in the Oval Office to start his official schedule. In the afternoon, the President will greet Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of Greece, meet with him, and have a working luncheon with him. The President and Prime Minister Tsipras will then hold a joint press conference. Later in the afternoon, the President ...

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NO DEAL: EU Leaders want more from Greece before deciding fate

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European leaders cancelled a summit meeting that was to be held Sunday to either discuss a deal to save Greece’s spot in the EU or to push it out of the union. Sunday was to be the final, final, final last deadline for Greece to either submit an acceptable proposal for a bail-out or to be cast-off from the European ...

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Greece is given lifeline, but Sunday could be the end

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Greek ministers met with the EU, ECB and IMF leaders on Tuesday. The meeting resulted in a short-term loan to keep their banks afloat, but only until Sunday. Greece’s banks had almost completely run out of money. To help Greece survive until the meeting on Sunday, the European Central Bank (ECB) offered a small run of liquidity to Greek banks in trade for increased ...

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Eurogeddon – Greece gives EU the one finger salute

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The polls are in and Greece’s citizens have decided to reject the austerity measures required by European creditors to secure more credit. In a sort of nationalistic pride, the ‘no’ vote seems to have won as citizens agreed with Greek Prime Minister Tsipras that EU leaders were acting like terrorists. Citizens see the austerity measures as blackmail – forcing them ...

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Greece’s Tsipras tries another head-fake, EU finmins say .. nope

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The last few hours of financial news coverage has been a frenzied love fest over Greek Prime Minister’s supposed capitulation to all EU bailout requirements – except, he didn’t. Yesterday, Greece defaulted on 1.6billion euros in debt payments owed to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and has been stubbornly refusing the demands of European Central Bankers and European Union ministers to ...

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