Opposition, Protesters Press On as Iceland Gets New Premier

  • Opposition to file motion on Thursday, debate seen Friday
  • Government bond yields decline for first day this week

Iceland PM Resigns Due to Panama Papers Scandal

Iceland’s opposition pressed on with a new confidence vote and protests were planned for a fourth day on Thursday as Iceland’s embattled ruling coalition picked a new leader and promised to hold early elections as soon as September.

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