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Chevron to stop shale gas drilling in Poland due to bleak prospects
American energy giant Chevron announced it will discontinue its shale gas project in Poland as it no longer makes business sense. The company previously canceled drilling projects in the Arctic and in Ukraine.

31.01.2015 13:43

'Busy' Greek prime minister to meet Angela Merkel 'in due time'
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel “in due time,” a Cabinet member said, adding that Tsipras has a very busy schedule and plans to meet with the leaders of Italy and France first.

31.01.2015 12:18

Record deflation in eurozone
Consumer prices in the eurozone fell by 0.6 percent in January due to lower energy prices and global uncertainty. It’s the biggest fall since the currency zone was established.

30.01.2015 14:24

​#MarchForHouses: Thousands to descend on London mayor’s office, demand decent housing
Thousands of demonstrators will to take to the streets of London on Saturday afternoon to demand Mayor Boris Johnson deliver solutions to the capital’s deepening housing crisis.

30.01.2015 12:17

​Shell, ConocoPhillips to cut billions in spending as oil price continues sliding
Royal Dutch Shell and ConocoPhillips, two of the world’s largest energy groups, have announced plans to reduce investment programs by billions of dollars because of falling oil prices.

30.01.2015 11:45

‘Pigs might fly; Greece will pay its debt to EU’
Greece will inevitably get a debt haircut as it’s not able to cope with the €240 billion bailout loan given by the EU, said Hugh Bronson from the Alternative for Germany party. No national structure is able to cope with that amount of debt, he added.

30.01.2015 10:13

For Syriza, the only way is Essex! British university a hotbed of Greek radicalism
World statesmen have been educated in Britain’s finest institutions – Oxford, Cambridge and the University of London. Now the University of Essex may be the intellectual cradle of Europe’s politicos – Greek anti-austerity ones, at least.

29.01.2015 16:51

Russia's anti-crisis plans: Where the billions will go
As Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a one-year anti-crisis plan worth at least $35 billion, RT takes a look at the main steps Moscow will take to stabilize the slowing economy.

29.01.2015 08:36

EU to Greece: ‘No question of cancelling debt’
The EU is not going to write off the external debt of Greece, as the country should abide by the previous commitments to its international lenders, said the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker.

29.01.2015 13:33

Bank of England chief 'delusional' to claim UK escaped debt trap - economist
Mark Carney’s claim that Britain has escaped a “debt trap” common to Eurozone states has been dismissed by UK economist Michael Burke as “delusional.” Burke says Britain's debt has merely been transferred from private firms to UK homeowners.

29.01.2015 12:48

‘SWIFT is archaic, doesn’t stand up to modern digital age’
In the short-term being removed from SWIFT would be a problem for Russia, but in the long-term it’s an archaic analogue system for payments which should be replaced by fully digital technology, Patrick Young, expert in global financial markets, told RT.

29.01.2015 10:59

US signs $2bn loan guarantee deal with Ukraine
The US has put a final signature the $2 billion loan guarantee deal for Ukraine, adding that it is prepared to step up sanctions against Russia if necessary.

28.01.2015 15:31