Economy

Economy

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The Greek economic forum was held at Harvard University Campus, Massachusetts from May 11 to 15, supported by Harvard College Hellenic Society and the Hellenic Association of MIT (Massachusetts...

Greek Americans on Greece, Greek Economy, Greek Debt, Eurozonevideo

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We asked four prominent Greek-Americans of the financial industry to talk to us about Greece, its economy, and how it affects the world markets.

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American stocks gave up late gains on Wednesday after the European Central Bank (ECB) decided to pressure Athens by lifting its waiver on the...

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Bill and Hillary Clinton's son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky is the Co-founder of a hedge fund that lost money as the fund focused on the recovery...

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No matter what our walk of life or chosen profession, we can apply the lessons and expertise we have gained to choosing a trusted wealth management advisor.

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The New York Stock Exchange celebrated “Greek Day” by hanging a Greek flag outside on its Wall Street building and having the Greek Minister...

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Greece is one of the largest exporters to the US in a range of alimentary products like olives, fish, legumes, and cheese as well...

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Calamos Wealth Management announced its 2014 Annual Family Financial Summit set to take place in September. The star-studded program includes some of the world's most prominent business leaders and Philanthropists.

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Greek-American businessmanJohn Catsimatidis, one of the wealthiest Greeks of diaspora plans some important investments in Greece. According to Greek newspaper Kyriakatiki Dimokratia, Catsimatidis has expressed interest in buying...

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Greek flag ships are considered to be of the highest quality in the world, with the vessels on the Greek register being among the...

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There’s been ongoing debate about where we are in the market and economic cycles. Growth has recovered some following stronger economic data, but still trails value year-to-date.

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Politics, the markets, and economic prosperity are intertwined. And in a global economy, the cause and effect relationships are also global because “capital goes to where it is treated best.”