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WireTap 1400 16/01/12

A round-up of the key stories across the specialist financial media, including reports on faltering talks for a Greek debt swap.




Greek debt swap faces ‘critical’ phase in talks

The Greek government and its creditors are returning to negotiations this week to revive struggling talks on a Greek debt swap.

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Europe bank dividends poised to tumble

Eurozone bank dividends are set to fall below the level set after the collapse of Lehman Brothers as regulators demand that they bolster their capital reserves.

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Indian inflation falls to two-year low

India’s inflation rate has dropped to its lowest point since 2009, raising hopes of interest rate cuts and a boost to growth.

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Debt markets unperturbed by eurozone downgrade

While Eurozone bank shares may have taken a hit following the S&P downgrades on Friday, debt trading has remained surprisingly unaffected.

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Japan signals may intervene in euro market

Jun Azumi, the Japanese finance minister, has commented on the yen’s rapid rise against the euro, triggering speculation on a possible Japanese intervention in the euro market.

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