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The Greek government has imposed a bank closure until July 6. The newspaper "Die Welt" looks at the economic consequences.

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Ahead of the referendum in Greece the events are overturning. Greece is in arrears with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), however, is asking for...

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In a special edition of the ZDF news program "Drama about Greece" Professor Helmut Siekmann explains the constraints of imposing capital controls.

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Against the background of the developments in Greece, the "Wirtschaftswoche" analyzes the state of the monetary union

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In an interview with "Focus Money" Professor Helmut Siekmann talks about a world without cash, infringements, and alternative currencies.

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There hasn't been reached an agreement in the Greek debt crisis yet, however, the Greek government has presented its first substantial concessions.

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The concerns on Greece are growing. Only on one day, the Greeks withdrew more than 1.2 billion euros from their accounts. Is this leading to a bank...

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The European Court of Justice gave final approval to the European Central Bank's OMT bond buying program (Outright Monetary Transactions). In an...

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On July 1, Tobias Adrian of the New York Federal Reserve will give a lecture on "Global Pricing of Risk, Monetary Policy, and Financial Stability".

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) said that the Outright Monetary Transactions (OMT) bond-buying program of the European Central Bank (ECB) was...

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