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Amidst fears of financial catastrophe, Greek banks are considering to tap into depositors funds the Financial Times reported citing bankers and businesspeople with knowledge...

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The meeting between Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, government Vice President Yiannis Dragasakis, Deputy Finance Minister Dimitris Mardas and Greece's bankers was completed. The meeting was attended by...

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The capital controls that were recently imposed to Greece by its government left PayPal paralyzed, as the online payment company relies exclusively on the traditional banking sector...

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Two days before Greece holds its first referendum since 1975, supporters of both sides to the posed dilemma organized rallies in Athens on Friday evening. The two...

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  The capital controls the Greek government has imposed have one loophole. Greeks can in fact withdraw their money if they are willing to convert their euros into bitcoin. The...

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Greek main opposition New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras addressed the nation in a televised speech just a few hours after Greek Prime Minister Alexis...

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The European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) announced on Friday that it will not demand immediate repayment of Greece's loans, while it reserved the right to do...

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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble stated that there will be no “quick bailout deal,” regardless of the Greek referendum result on Sunday, July 5. Greeks...

Greece High Court

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The Council of State, Greece's supreme court, struck down a request filed by two citizens that asked for the cancellation of Sunday's referendum. The court heard the arguments...

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We must not allow the poison of division to seep through the souls of Greeks and we need to guarantee for our children that...

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  The plan creditors proposed to Greece is bad and recessionary, and the answer is "No," said French economist Thomas Piketty to Belgian newspaper Le Soir,...

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"It's up to the Greeks to decide what they will vote in Sunday's referendum," stated Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem on Friday. "It is important for Europe...