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The most significant ramifications of the surprise U.K. vote will be felt in the U.K. and Europe.
By Sarah Cunningham-Scharf | July 27, 2016
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The U.K.’s decision has sent shockwaves through global markets. How worried should you be?
By Dean DiSpalatro | June 24, 2016
4 min read
As Britons head to the polls to cast “stay” or “leave” ballots, the outcome, expected late tonight, is too close to call.
By Jessica Bruno | June 23, 2016
5 min read
Greek government officials have informed media that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will call a snap election in a bid to deal with dissent within his party over the terms of the Greek bailout deal.
By Staff | August 20, 2015
The Greek debt deal is great news for the Canadian market, says Prab Sagoo, associate director at Nasdaq, in his weekly market commentary.
By Staff | July 13, 2015
1 min read
Greece's outspoken finance minister has resigned.
By Staff | July 6, 2015
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A Greek exit wouldn’t happen automatically, or immediately, if the country defaults.
By Melissa Shin | July 2, 2015
For Alexis Tsipras, Greece's new prime minister, to rewrite the country's bailout agreement, he needs Eurozone support.
By Staff, with files from The Associated Press | February 9, 2015
The first step in analyzing the bold move is to distinguish between known and hoped-for effects of QE.
By Dean DiSpalatro | February 3, 2015
Where’s the money flowing in the ETF world? ETFs have become a big industry and I’m sure it won’t be long before we have more ETFs than stocks.
By Gareth Watson | January 9, 2015