Mindful Money’s news round-up: Friday 22nd July 2011

22nd July 2011

Story of the day:

Bailout fund turned into much more ambitious instrument in deal hatched following months of dithering. – Guardian

Bailed out – again. Eurozone throws Greece €109bn lifeline

And the best of the rest:

 

Stock markets have continued to rise following the eurozone's comprehensive agreement designed to resolve the Greek debt crisis. – BBC

Greece aid package boosts stock markets

 

Vodafone reiterated its outlook on Friday after faster-growing markets such as India and Turkey helped the world's largest mobile company by revenue to withstand tough trading and increased regulation in Europe. – Reuters

Vodafone reiterates outlook on strong emerging growth

 

Britain's economy is at a standstill and the Government should introduce a property tax to boost the country's prospects, according to a leading economist. – This is Money

Britain's economy at a standstill, warns OECD

 

Budget airline easyJet today said its profits were set to beat expectations after its new strategy, which includes appealing to more business passengers, started to bear fruit. – The Independent

EasyJet raises profits guidance

 

When the IMF was breached in a very major hacking attack last month, sources said that the attack was suspected to be related to a foreign government. – Business Insider

Investigators Say China Was Behind The 'Very Major' IMF Hack Attack

 

Worse could yet follow as famine returns to east Africa – The Economist

The famine forecast

 

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