The Huffington Post
28 minutes
When creditors finally noticed that Athens might be in a bit over its head back in 2009, Greece's debt to GDP ratio was about 127 percent. Today Greece owes around $320 billion and its debt to GDP ratio is roughly 174 percent, second in the world only to far wealthier Japan. (The debt relief being discussed would only drop that by about 20 points--by 2060!) How will Greece ever pay back all this money? Since the onset of the crisis both manufacturing and the GDP have dropped by about 30 percent; economists hope the economy will stabilize this year. Unemployment is at about one-quarter, with youth joblessness double that rate. Most of the unemployed have been without work for a year or more. The overall poverty rate is an astonishing one-third. While there still is money in Greece--my hotel hosted a fancy fashion show while I was there--connections often are necessary to get it.
Washington Free Beacon
36 minutes
The Herald - Scottish Football
an hour
LAST week saw the publication of Deloitte’s Football Money League and the return of Manchester United to the top spot, ahead of Barcelona and Real Madrid, who tumble two places. With Manchester City (fourth), Arsenal (seventh), Chelsea (eighth) and Liverpool (ninth), the Premier League is well-represented in the top 10, while Tottenham arent too far back in 12th.
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
Daily Express - Finance
an hour
WHEN IT comes to financial products, nothing is quite what it seems as banks, building societies and credit card companies are adept at making their offerings appear far more attractive than they really are.
Daily Mail - Money
2 hours
The influential EY Item Club is predicting that growth will slow to just 1.3 per cent this year and will remain below 2 per cent until 2020.
BBC One London
2 hours
Tony Pulis raised it, you get paid loads of money for that. I know you would down it for £50, Alan! Forlan nothing, Gary. What do you think? As if David Moyes hasn't got enough problems, I think he might have another problem next week when the FA look at this.
BBC One London
2 hours
I've got... They get paid a lot of money for doing that sort of stuff. I'll leave it to them. We will come to that shortly. Another strong performance from West Brom.
Digital Trends
3 hours
CBS and Paramount hold the Star Trek rights, and there's a lot of money involved. They were about to go to trial over a fan made film concept, but it's been settled and the trial won't happen. The post CBS and Paramount resolve Star Trek' fan film suit appeared first on Digital Trends .
ITV4
3 hours
They could take their pick. Chris Eubank is saying he is the moneyman and ITV is the money channel. The fans are going to be the one the money channel. The fans are middleweight.
The Huffington Post
3 hours
ITV4
3 hours
You take the duties as they arise. We have been held back by other promoters, but now ITV sport is behind us and I don't have to rely on the other promoters. Therefore... So even to make a fight like Billy Joe Saunders? The most important thing to all fighters is the money, and ITV is the money.
The Huffington Post
3 hours
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
Energy giants look set to defy Ofgem’s demand not to raise prices after accusing the regulator of getting its sums wrong on their costs.
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
Sir Martin Sorrell, head of marketing group WPP and a vocalremainer’, said: ‘Now there is a roadmap – whether or not you like the destination – and removing uncertainty is welcome.’
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
I received a refund of £270. But the tax office’s calculations show I have savings income of £3,650 a year, taxed at source. There is no way I have this much.
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
More women aspire to become business owners than men, according to cloud accounting provider FreeAgent.
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
Like most insurance, travel cover is fraught with pitfalls. High excesses are commonplace – the first part of any claim that must be met.
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
First, they close our branches, 900 of them over the past two years. it now appears some of the banks are keen to charge us for withdrawing cash from their hole in the walls.
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
The car industry will unveil its best manufacturing figures for 44 years this week but news of the boom may be overshadowed by fresh warnings of the threat from Brexit.
Daily Mail - Money
4 hours
The founder of Playbrush, a gadget that ‘makes a game’ out of using a toothbrush, has signed a deal with consumer goods giant Unilever.