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Greece Seeks Better Terms in Bailout Agreement

Greece's new coalition government has outlined a series of issues it aims to renegotiate in its international bailout agreement, seeking to repeal some taxes and cuts to benefits for those on low income.

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Will The Global Economy Finally Get In Gear? [AUDIO]

President Obama meets other world leaders in Mexico this week to talk about how best to stimulate the global economy. Meanwhile, two economic summits will also be taking place this week in Europe.

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Obama “Encouraged” About Europe’s Progress

The White House says President Barack Obama is "encouraged" about progress in dealing with Europe's debt crisis following a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Economic Uncertainty Looms Ahead [POLL/AUDIO]

There's a tide of economic uncertainty coming in by year's end, and it may affect your taxes, job growth and a lot of other economic issues by 2013.

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Geithner Calls For More Detail From Europe Leaders

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is urging European leaders to provide more details as soon as possible on their plans to resolve the continent's debt crisis.

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Stocks Finish Lower on European Debt Concerns

U.S. stocks are ending lower as investors worry that Cyprus could become the next domino to fall in the European debt crisis.

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Euro Finance Ministers to Discuss Potential Spain Rescue

A eurozone official says finance ministers from the 17 countries that use the euro will hold a conference call Saturday to discuss preparations for a potential rescue of Spain's troubled banking sector.

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Dow Loses 161 Points Amid New Europe Worries

Stocks are closing sharply lower amid fear that Europe's debt crisis might fracture the financial system there.

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IMF Chief Has Little Sympathy For Greece

The managing director of the International Monetary Fund says she has more sympathy for poor African children than Greeks suffering under the country's economic problems and austerity measures.

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Greek, European Woe Could Cause Problems For U.S.

Your 401(k) could sink again. A plummeting euro may make it harder for American companies to sell goods overseas. Credit could be tightened.

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