European Debt Crisis

  • Japan to enter dollar swap agreement with India December 25, 2011

    Tokyo: The Japanese government is considering a dollar swap arrangement with India to provide emergency liquidity in case the European debt crisis reaches emerging economies, the Nikkei business newspaper said on Sunday. The agreement would set the total swap arrangement at $10 billion, or 780 billion yen, the Nikkei said. Both countries...
  • Greek protests as France, Spain face squeeze November 18, 2011

    Paris: Greek police clashed with antiausterity protesters and Italy announced sweeping reforms in response to a European debt crisis that on Thursday pushed borrowing costs for France and Spain sharply higher. More than 30,000 Greeks took to the streets of Athens in a protest rally that marked the first public test...
  • Sensex closes 516 pts higher on Eurozone bailout October 28, 2011

    Mumbai: After a long Diwali break, the market saw 600 points rally in the Friday's opening trade and held the straight line on the graph throughout the session. Huge fresh longs build up took the market to near 3month high. The 30share BSE Sensex climbed 515.97 points or 3 per cent,...
  • World stocks high after Europe's Greek bailout package October 28, 2011

    Asian markets extended their rally following global sentiments after Europe announced the Greek bailout package, which calmed nerves worldwide. ...
  • Infosys says seeks acquisitions up to $ 700 mn October 27, 2011

    Shanghai: Infosys Ltd, India's No 2 software services exporter, is looking for acquisitions worth up to $ 700 million, Infosys' Executive CoChairman Kris Gopalakrishnan said on Thursday. Infosys has been on the hunt for acquisitions in the healthcare and life science sectors and is looking at firms that have platforms...