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While Greece’s sovereign ratings were upgraded by S&P Global and DBRS after the deal with lenders in June, the country’s debt is still rated B+/B3/B by the three main agencies - five to seven notches below investment grade. Moody’s, for example, scores Greece on a par with Angola, Egypt and Ecuador. That leaves it outside major bond indexes that mainstream funds use as benchmarks. “Greece is an asset that is not in a developed or an emerging market benchmark, which means it’s in a bit of financial no-man’s land,” said Mark Dowding, a senior portfolio manager at BlueBay Asset Management.

To enter the Markit iBOXX EUR euro zone index, which has a market value of more than 6 trillion euros, Greece needs an average BBB rating at least, That could take a while, given Portugal spent five years climbing back to investment grade, But for many investors, inclusion in benchmark bond indexes has become less important than the outright rating, so a higher score could be enough to increase their exposure to Greek bonds, Dowding expects Greece will eventually follow Spain and Portugal, where 10-year borrowing costs have fallen 280 hogwarts crest cufflinks basis points and 200 basis points respectively since 2014 when they ended their bailouts, ES10YT=RR PT10YT=RR..

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. loan applications to refinance existing homes rebounded from their lowest levels in over 17-1/2 years last week, while home borrowing costs were mixed, data from the Mortgage Bankers Association showed on Wednesday. The Washington-based industry group said its seasonally adjusted index on homeowners’ requests for refinancing rose 2.2 percent to 979.6 in the week ended July 13. The prior week’s figure of 958.5 was the lowest since December 2000. Refinancing’s share of weekly mortgage activity recovered to 36.5 percent from 34.8 percent the week before, which was the lowest since August 2008, MBA said.

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Google said it will appeal against a record 4.34-billion-euro ($5.04 billion) fine levied by EU antitrust regulators hogwarts crest cufflinks on Wednesday over illegal restrictions on Android smartphone makers and mobile network operators, “Android has created more choice for everyone, not less,” Google spokesman Al Verney said, “A vibrant ecosystem, rapid innovation and lower prices are classic hallmarks of robust competition. We will appeal the Commission’s decision.”..

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said she “very much liked” the United States, countering a reported remark by President Donald Trump that she “hated” the country because of her antitrust actions against U.S. firms. “I very much like the U.S.,” Vestager told a news conference to announce a record fine on Google after she was asked about what Trump was quoted as saying at a G7 summit last month. The U.S. president told Vestager’s boss, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, “your tax lady, she hates the U.S.”, according to summit participants.

That appeared to be a reference to her pursuit of Apple Inc, and other U.S, companies for channeling profits through low-tax EU states, Vestager said that as a Dane she was predisposed to feel positive toward the United States, “But the fact is that this has nothing to do with how I feel, Nothing whatsoever, Just as enforcing competition law, we do it in the world, but we do not do it in political context,” she added, Vestager added she would continue to enforce competition hogwarts crest cufflinks law, no matter the political context..

FARNBOROUGH, England (Reuters) - Airbus (AIR.PA) is activating its Brexit contingency plans as the British government’s strategy for leaving the European Union appears to be “unraveling,” the head of Europe’s biggest planemaker said on Wednesday. Britain is due to leave the EU in less than nine months, but there is little clarity over its future relationship with the world’s biggest trading bloc, creating a headache for companies that rely on the smooth flow of goods and parts across borders.

Airbus, which employs 15,000 people in Britain, has issued a series of warnings about the dangers of the country quitting the EU without an agreed deal, saying this month that could halt output at its plants and leave aircraft grounded, CEO Tom Enders said at the Farnborough Airshow that the so-called White Paper published by the UK government last Thursday which laid hogwarts crest cufflinks out its post-Brexit plans for trade with the EU was positive, but that events since had changed that view, “I thought that the White Paper was going in the right direction,” Enders told reporters..

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