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Government pensions and social security
January 08, 2016
ADB head optimistic China's economy to grow 6.7 percent
The Asian Development Bank president said Friday he is optimistic China's economy will post healthy growth of 6.7 percent ...
December 21, 2015
JPMorgan, pension funds settle investor loss case for $150M
JPMorgan Chase has agreed to pay $150 million to public pension funds and individuals hurt by its $6 billion "London Whale" ...
December 17, 2015
Portuguese pensioners to get some small relief
Portugal's new Socialist government has announced pension increases for around 2 million people as part of its drive to ...
December 09, 2015
Polish ruling party moves forward on lowering retirement age
Poland's new ruling conservative party is moving forward on legislation to lower the retirement age from 67 years to 60 for ...
December 01, 2015
Belarus seeks $3 billion loan from the IMF
Belarus said Tuesday it is seeking a $3 billion loan for 10 years from the International Monetary Fund and is considering ...
November 28, 2015
Greek political leaders fail to agree on pension reforms
The leaders of five of the seven parties represented in Greece's Parliament have failed to agree on pension reforms after a ...
November 27, 2015
Japan plans extra budget, handouts, to pump up recovery
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has ordered Cabinet ministers to prepare an extra spending package, including cash handouts for the ...
November 26, 2015
Greek pensioners take to streets ahead of expected cuts
More than 2,000 pensioners chanting "We can't live on 300 euros" marched through central Athens Thursday to protest plans by ...
November 23, 2015
Greece cleared to get next batch of bailout loans
Greece was formally cleared Monday to get the next batch of bailout loans due from its third financial rescue after the ...
November 18, 2015
Protesting Greek farmers clash with police in central Athens
Greek farmers protesting over planned tax and pension reforms demanded by the country's bailout creditors have clashed ...
November 17, 2015
US pension insurer posts record deficit for FY2015
The deficit racked up by the federal agency that insures pensions for about 40 million Americans has increased 23 percent to ...
November 13, 2015
Ruling gives Sandusky back $4,900-a-month Penn State pension
The state must restore the $4,900-a-month pension of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky that was taken ...
November 06, 2015
Portugal's radicals move to heart of power after debt crisis
Die-hard communists are poised to walk the corridors of power in Portugal, and a new generation of leftist radicals is right ...
November 05, 2015
Ukraine's rebel center in limbo as fighting dies down
The fighting has subsided, but Donetsk is quickly sinking into the past — a shabby Soviet-like state of empty streets and ...
November 04, 2015
EU says Greece could return to growth in 2016
Greece's economy could start growing again in the second half of 2016, but much work remains to be done on reforms required ...
November 03, 2015
Commissioner says Greece, creditors can reach deal in days
A top European official said Tuesday that Greece and its European creditors should be able, by next week, to iron out ...
October 26, 2015
Debt limit: Some key questions about borrowing, default
With one week to go, Congress must act fast and come up with a way to raise the federal borrowing limit or face an ...
October 24, 2015
Republican leaders struggle to find votes to up debt limit
Congressional Republicans say they are short of the necessary votes for raising the debt limit and avoiding a first-ever ...
October 21, 2015
House GOP floats debt limit alternatives as deadline looms
Washington is barreling toward a deadline to raise the government's borrowing cap and avert a first-ever default on U.S.
October 15, 2015
Treasury warns Congress: Debt limit deadline now Nov. 3
The Treasury Department on Thursday told Congress that it needs to act by Nov. 3 or the government will be dangerously close ...