Sweden cuts rates to minus 0.35%

Riksbank acts to weaken krona but decision raises fears of bubble

Eurozone market calm on Grexit risk

Investors should ask whether mood reflects accurate assessment of any ‘No’ vote contagion?

US economy adds 223,000 more jobs in June

Unemployment rate dips from 5.5% to 5.3%

Tinker, tailor, taxman, fixer?

The chancellor should heed calls for broad tax reform

Mexican peso hits record low — what now?

Strategists take opposing views on currency’s next move

Japan in fresh push to woo Mekong states

Tokyo sees economic and strategic gains from building relations 

Albania braced for Greek crisis fallout

Tens of thousands of migrants could be forced to return home

US jobs tipped to show 230,000 gain

Headline figures disguise less positive side of labour market

Tsipras defiant as Greeks lurch to brink

Premier’s zigzags have observers sensing desperation

Merkel takes revenge on Greek premier

German chancellor rules out talks before Sunday’s referendum

A convincing case for Heathrow expansion

Cameron must end years of dithering and back the Davies plan

Osborne’s chance to be a real reformer

So far the UK chancellor has a mixed record and has often succumbed to a worrying urge to tinker

Doubts cast over fall in EM reserves

StanChart data suggest central banks are not selling assets to prop up currencies

China’s equity bubble is big distraction

Share gyrations are seldom known to wreck a well-managed economy

Greece unlikely to find allies in EM

Sympathy is in short supply from those poorer than the Greeks

Tsipras is holding out for debt relief

Greek PM will try to make bowing to creditors’ demands look like victory, writes Martin Sandbu


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